Microsoft will now start allowing user to decide when and if they want to update to the latest version of Windows starting with the May 2019 update. Although there will be a 35 day pause period. Once that 35 days has passed, the user will need to update to be able to pause updates again. As a potential user, the pause period should reduce the amount of system crashes because of the update. If a certain update tends to cause crashes then that gives MS 35 days to fix the issue before the update is forced to install. So unless I'm reading this wrong, its basically just letting the user pause the update instead of letting them decide not to install the update permanently. Full article here.
Ever since Microsoft launched the first version of Windows 10, the company chased market share at the expense of user experience. Many PC owners found their systems upgraded to Windows 10 out of th…