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I updated my Windows 10 Pro 64 bit to version 1607.Maybe your ISP then. That same update took me around 35 to 40 minutes. Sometimes ISPs will throttle OS updates.
It took overall well over one and a half hours to update - NO the problem isn't the PC, nor the internet connection speed - it is entirely Microsoft drip feeding the update
Speculation or knowledge? I've never heard of that happening (or experienced it).Mobile ISPs certainly do (experience.)
The Dynamic Lock could be useful in an office setting. Keep nosey coworkers from snooping when you're away from your desk.Thwapping CTL-ALT-DEL-ENTER on the keyboard at any time you rise up is second nature in most IT shops.
It took overall well over one and a half hours to update - NO the problem isn't the PC, nor the internet connection speed - it is entirely Microsoft drip feeding the update.
My ISP updates data usage one day behind, so I will be interested to see tomorrow what today's download comprised. My largest daily data usage so far this month has been 7.9 GB which is pretty ordinary. Theoretically Mr. Microsoft's download for at least one hour before the first restart should blow that right out of the water - it won't.
Having said all that, I haven't had the new update yet. Maybe I'll change my opinion after.