Ars Technica
Future Windows updates will take longer to install, but it’ll feel quicker
Ars Technica
One of the less appealing aspects of the twice-yearly Windows 10 feature updates is that they’re slow to install and, for most of the installation process, your PC is out of commission, doing nothing more than displaying a progress indicator. Thanks to
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Published On: Mon, Mar 19th, 2018

Future Windows updates will take longer to install, but it’ll feel quicker – Ars Technica


Ars Technica

Future Windows updates will take longer to install, but it'll feel quicker
Ars Technica
One of the less appealing aspects of the twice-yearly Windows 10 feature updates is that they're slow to install and, for most of the installation process, your PC is out of commission, doing nothing more than displaying a progress indicator. Thanks to ...
Microsoft plans more vision accessibility features in Windows 10CNET
Microsoft: Windows 10's installation time will be short enough for your lunch breakPCWorld
Windows 10 feature updates offline downtime down to 30 minutesSlashGear
Engadget -Thurrott.com (blog) -BetaNews -Liliputing
all 26 news articles »

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