Certain recent Windows 10 updates have been problematic. That's why it's a good thing that WUMT does updates when WU can't or won't do them.
Here's a bombshell from MS: Windows 10, Build 14971 drops Cmd.exe for PowerShell. What's up? Fortunately, batch files work in PowerShell so it's not so bad.
Sergey Tkachenko's Winaero Tweaker combines widgets to control Windows look, feel, and behavior. A handy tool for Windows admins and power users alike.
When it comes to managing Windows files, and the storage volumes that contain them, two free tools stand out: WinDirStat and TreeSize Free.
Advertisements are pretty unavoidable on your favorite websites and social media. Now users have to deal with them on Windows 10, too. On its lock screen, Windows 10 displays ads for apps, games ...
By default Windows shows background visuals through Personalization. There are lots of Win10 eyecandy desktop themes available to spiff up user displays.
On 11/7/2016 MS released a firmware update to address battery issues on the Surface Pro 3. Alas, WU gives users no change to Heed SP3 Firmware Update Warning NOT to use the dock.
The giant 3.99 TB cleanup continues as a characteristic of ongoing Windows 10 Cumulative Updates. No relief is in sight until the Unified Update Platform (UUP) gets implemented.
Now that the free upgrade has ended, Win10 Marketshare Flat in Q316 sums up the current situation.
The Windows 10 Unified Update Platform (UUP) is rolling out in Build 14959; it promises to download and install changes only on Win10 installs.
In the wake of the latest Win10 AU cumulate update, Woody Leonard blesses KB3197954 and gives the upgrade his seal of approval.