There is no shortage to the everyday things that entertainingly divide groups of people into two camps. We have the ever-present Apple vs Android fanboy wars, the classic Coke vs. Pepsi debate, and, of course, the one that came to mind when I started writing this post, either loving or loathing Microsoft Windows.
While I like Windows 10 (and, for the record, loved Windows 8.1) and found the Windows 10 update process spectacularly seamless with regards to my Autodesk software, there are features in Windows 10 that are outright baffling in the way they have been integrated.
One such feature is how Windows 10 handles updates, which are downloaded and installed automatically without options for controlling which updates get installed. On one side, this feature makes it so that everyone, from the tech-savvy to the technically challenged, are assured that they are running the most secure version of their OS, which is great! On the other hand, besides security patches, Microsoft is also including many other types of updates as well, including updates for device drivers.
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