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Windows 10 after three years: A greatly improved report card [zdnet.com]
As Windows 10 approaches its third birthday, it's maturing steadily. A worldwide installed base of more than 700 million active users is impressive, but what will it take to convince Windows 7 users to switch?
...relatively slow process of updatingI hear this a lot. If you have your device set to notify you when there's an update available, then you must wait a combined time for the update to download and then install.
I changed that setting on my devices. I let them download automatically in the background, then I'm alerted when the update is ready to install.
I, too have them set to notify when ready to install, however, it more often than not requires the machine to be left switched on over night.. One and a half hours [installation time] on one machine! Not everyone wants to do that.Well, your sharing your own experience and if that was happening to me, I wouldn't like it either. Just know that not everyone has to do this. I've never had an update install last any longer than 20 minutes, that I'm aware of. I'm always connected, so guess a couple could have happened over night while I was sleeping.
Oh, on the positive side, i've had far fewer BSOD.Haven't seen one of those since Windows 97.
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