If you think Windows 10 is downloading an incompatible driver, here is how you can temporarily block Windows 10 from installing that specific driver.
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Windows 10 doesn’t give you an option to stop a Windows update from running. Here’s a hack to forcefully pause and resume a Windows update.
It can be annoying if Windows never stops installing the same update. Here is how you can stop Windows from installing the same update over and over again.
Microsoft recently announced the Convenience Rollup update for Windows 7 users. Here’s what you need to know about it and how to install it.
Downloading Windows updates individually is not only time-consuming and unproductive but is also frustrating. If you’d prefer to update Windows 10 offline, here’s how you can do that.
Windows 10 just got its first major update dubbed Threshold 2. Here is the roundup of all the new features and improvements in the big Fall update.
Microsoft made it harder to manage updates in Windows 10; there are no options to hide unwanted updates. So, here’s how to hide updates using PowerShell.
Windows 10 features automatic updates. If you’re looking to configure or disable automatic updates in Windows 10, here’s how to do that.
If you’re on a limited Internet connection, here’s how you can disable Windows Update Delivery Optimization in Windows 10 to save Internet bandwidth.
Sometimes you may not want Windows to always automatically update a device driver. Here’s how you can disable driver updates through Windows Update.
Windows 8.1’s Update and Recovery contain options for speeding up your PC, as well as completely wiping it for either sale or a clean install. Let’s take a detailed look
If you are using multiple computers, you may find it a troublesome to update all the computers, especially when you are not connected to the Internet. In this article, we will show you how you can download Windows updates offline and then install on multiple computers without downloading the updates again.
Most Windows PCs come with English as their default language. However, you can add or remove language packs as necessary and Windows 8 makes it easier than ever. While in Windows 7, only the Ultimate or Enterprise version comes with the ability to install additional languages via Windows Update, language packs in Windows 8 can be quickly downloaded and installed without much trouble.