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.
Since the release of AU has unleashed a raft of problems and issues for Windows 10s I find myself pondering the proposition: Current Branch or Extended Beta?
For some odd reason recent Windows 10 upgrades keep using drivers from the previous version of Windows. The Windows.old cleanup tool fixes that.
Windows Update alternatives are tools that handle Microsoft updates without requiring users to accept the company's "all-or-nothing" update delivery.
When MS counts Windows 10 users, Xbox users are included. They recently published numbers that make factoring out xbox users easier.
Paul Thurrott reports that Win10 AU zooms into majority status, now running on 77 percent of Win10 desktops. He also concludes that AU issues are mostly solved, but I disagree.
In the hit 90s animated TV show Hey Arnold!, Arnold's neighbor Mr. Hyunh becomes an unlikely country star with his song "Simple Things." He sang about the simple things he likes about life -- rain, ...
Until recently one had to use IE to access its Update Catalog. Now that MS opens its Update Catalog to non-IE browsers, use whatever you like.
After installing Update KB3194798, Cleanmgr.exe offers to cleanup 3.99 TB in Windows Update files. The explanation is interesting, and the cleanup lengthy.
For tweaking Windows, nothing beats the Registry Editor. In Insider Preview 14942, RegEdit gets address bar for easy access to entire key strings.
Sometimes, Microsoft releases out-of-band updates outside the Windows Update service through its Update Catalog. That's when understanding CAB vs MSU files helps.
Microsoft pushed out 3 cumulative updates that hit my PCs in September. They appeared on 9/1, 9/13, and 9/26. After the third one came through at month's end, I found myself thinking: "I wonder if ...