Windows 10: Do I have to accept the update to Win10 1809?

Discus and support Do I have to accept the update to Win10 1809? in Windows 10 Updates and Activation to solve the problem; I installed Win10 64 Home on a new computer, and all of the updates have been done, and I finally have it set up like I want it, and yesterday Windows... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Updates and Activation' started by therealsimpsons, Jan 24, 2019.

  1. Do I have to accept the update to Win10 1809?


    I installed Win10 64 Home on a new computer, and all of the updates have been done, and I finally have it set up like I want it, and yesterday Windows downloaded and installed this new version that came out in November, called 1809. Every privacy invasion is back. My start menus is all different. They are trying to treat a desktop PC like a phone or Surface Pro. I don't want those. I want my desktop PC like I had it set up. What gives them the right to just change it? It used to be when you buy something from someone, you owned it. Now, they act like they still own it, and want you to continue to pay for subscriptions to use a product you already paid for.

    I had a system image that was made after I got everything set up like I wanted it. I used it today, to go back to before this 1809. However, they keep wanting to reinstall it.

    Is there way to opt out? Do I have to accept software on a computer that I own, that I don't want?

    :)
     
    therealsimpsons, Jan 24, 2019
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  2. user33331 Win User

    Win10: windows update stuck at never ending loop ?

    When in win10:
    • Update&security -> Windows update -> Finding update... .... .... ....
    Planning to download the latest Win10.ISO (vers.1803) and manually update:
    - Then wait that my ordered new SSD arrives and clone the old HDD to it.
     
    user33331, Jan 24, 2019
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  3. Ikaruga Win User
    GeForce Hotfix driver 353.38 (Update: Win10 versions added)

    https://forums.geforce.com/default/...vers/announcing-geforce-hotfix-driver-353-38/

    Update: Windows 10 (international) versions below:
    Win10 - 64 bit desktop
    Win10 - 32 bit desktop
    Win10 - 64 bit notebook
    Win10 - 32 bit notebook
     
    Ikaruga, Jan 24, 2019
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  4. Toothless Win User

    Do I have to accept the update to Win10 1809?

    Win10 updates

    Which Windows updates in 8.1 where the gateway to installing Win10? I've ALWAYS had update as a "check but let me decide" basis however I woke up to this.

    Do I have to accept the update to Win10 1809? [​IMG]

    With a bunch more (even AMD 7900 drivers, like wtf)

    I'm trying to avoid the Win10 shitfest but good lord what has Microsoft done.
     
    Toothless, Jan 24, 2019
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