Is Microsoft Finally Letting Windows 10 Home Users Defer Updates? (Premium)


Microsoft has been using Windows 10 Home users as guinea pigs for its Windows as a Service (WaaS) scheme by not allowing them to defer any updates. But in Windows 10 19H1, we’ve seen evidence that this could be changing. And in the very latest build, suddenly, it appears that Microsoft could actually allow Windows 10 Home users the same update deferrable abilities that have always been enjoyed by those with Windows 10 Pro.

Cross your fingers, folks. This one is not certain at all.

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