Microsoft has changed the Priority Of Windows 10 from optional to recommended
This might not seem a big difference but it is to your computer. But with the priority of Windows 10 changing, you now really need to consider an update.
If you have Windows set to automatically install updates then it will do this for security, critical and recommended updates but leave the optional ones out for you to manually go in and do yourself. So by Microsoft changing this priority, there is a good chance your computer could now install it without asking you.
For most users this will be either something they were thinking about, an inconvenience or more worryingly it will prevent some of their programs running and cause their business to grind to a halt.
The good news is that if it did install automatically on your computer and you didn’t want it to – this can be undone. But we think you should really consider making the move. Especially because they will likely stop supporting older OS’s soon. If you wait until the last minute, you may be paying for the upgrade instead.
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