Something else to be mindful of on Windows 10 , will be the version selected (home , pro , enterprise) , and the application of system updates . Users of Windows 10 Home will NOT have the option of deciding which updates to download . Microsoft has disabled that feature in Windows 10 Home . All available system updates will be automatically downloaded and applied . Windows 10 Pro & Enterprise users will have the option to decide which updates to download . I throw this out there only for informational purposes . To me , it would absolutely stink , to be playing a game , & in the middle of the game , have the computer reboot because of the application of a system update . Also , some updates could prove to cause more harm than good , and cause more headaches than it's worth . On the flipside , this could prove a blessing (auto updates) , for those that have next to no knowledge of what to look for , as far as updates , & whether or not to apply said update . There are articles available , that show how to possibly work around this little "problem" , via registry hacks , or other methods . That , to me , is akin to the Windows 8 third party program being used to boot to the desktop , before the option was made available in 8.1 . This is in NO WAY a knock on anyone who wants to install Windows 10 Home . I may upgrade to Windows 10 Pro before the free offer expires , depending on how developers handle driver support for hardware & gaming .
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