The Creators Update — the first major upgrade to Windows 10 in 2017 — is ready for businesses to deploy. Learn about four new features that can save you time at work.
The Creators Update is ready for businesses to deploy. It is the first major upgrade to Windows 10 since the Anniversary Update in 2016. The Creators Update has many noteworthy improvements that you might find useful.
Here are four enhancements that can save you time at work:
1. Restart Options Provide More Control Over When Windows Updates Are Installed
A common complaint about Windows 10 has been that it sometimes automatically restarts your computer so it can finish installing an update — and there is nothing you can do about it once the process starts. Besides being a productivity sink, these automatic restarts can result in lost work, interrupted presentations, and other misfortunes. While Microsoft has provided a few ways to postpone those updates requiring a restart, the settings have to be configured in advance. Few people know about these settings, as they are buried in the Settings app. Plus, you can only postpone the updates for a short time.