Windows 10: Next update could expose users to huge internet data charges
Just a week ago, Microsoft was facing criticism for its decision to include Windows OneDrive ads within File Explorer — even for Windows 10 users that are already paying for the service. Today, Microsoft is once again fighting some pushback for a wording change that was discovered in the newest build of the upcoming Windows 10 Creators Update. The
Users on limited connections could lose control over automatic downloads
Thu 16 Mar 17 from The Independent
Windows 10's Creators Update should generally be more considerate when delivering updates, but you might not be the biggest fan if you have limited internet service. Microsoft ...
Sun 19 Mar 17 from Engadget
Microsoft Claims It Won't Push Large Updates Over Metered Connections With Windows 10 Creators Update
The latest preview build for Microsoft's upcoming Windows 10 Creators Update includes language that would allow the company to push out security updates and bug fixes over metered connections ...
Sat 18 Mar 17 from HotHardware
It’s generally advisable for most users to always install the latest operating system updates, but there are legitimate reasons why some people would prefer to do them manually instead ...
Fri 17 Mar 17 from Techspot
Thu 16 Mar 17 from HotHardware
When the next Windows 10 update arrives, a metered connection won't save you from the most important patches.
Sun 19 Mar 17 from Techradar
Thu 16 Mar 17 from Techradar
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