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How Long Can You "Hold Off" a Windows 10 Home Update?

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Jack1000, May 9, 2018.

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    Guys,

    Without changing Internet Settings to "Metered Connections" or doing any special kind of tweaks, how long can Windows 10 Home users currently hold off on getting an update?

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    No,

    What I mean is in the system tray you get notices, "We have an update to make Windows better." You can either install after Active Hours, or wait for the install, or pick another time. In Windows 10 Home, how many days can you wait before Windows 10 no longer gives you an option to postpone the updates.

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    Yikes!

    1803 is in the query now. I'm not ready yet!

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    I really need an answer to this question. Thanks!

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    I don't recommend it, but, here is how.
     
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