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Microsoft releases tool to conceal or block unwanted Windows 10 upgrades

Windows 10 Home offers no solution to block new attributes and security upgrades. And the Professional version has only limited control over upgrades.

That is triggered an outcry from Windows 10 examiners (including my ZDNet co-worker Adrian Kingsley-Hughes) accustomed to years of having the ability to pick and select from a menu of upgrades every month.

We have heard isolated (but valid) complaints this week from Windows 10 examiners whining an upgraded Nvidia driver was causing havoc with their systems. One such tweet, from a longtime Windows examiner managed to get the focus of Gabe Aul.
Windows Update will not contain that choice when Windows 10 arrives this week, but Microsoft does have a good-concealed troubleshooter program, KB3073930, which enables you to conceal or block driver upgrades Windows Upgrades and, crucially.

The program was signed on June 15, as well as the accompanying Knowledge Base article is dated July 7, just a couple of weeks past.

by admin on July 30th, 2015 in Windows

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