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Back in the Windows 10 1903 era, I disabled wuaserv, because of
all the problems with that particular update. I even installed it,
and had to roll back.
I did this as a temporary measure. I emphasize temporary!!
Once the problem issues were fixed, about 3-4 months later, I was
able to get all the updates, and install 1903. However if you
think this is a permanent thing, and you do this for more than a
little while, you could end up with your identity stolen. By more
than a little while, I mean 3-4 months. If you can't transition
away from IE by 6/15/2022, there's no reason to stop Windows from
updating, because you'll never be able to do it in the first
On 5/21/2021 7:54 AM, Don Mauck wrote:
Well said!! Stay up with the times or get
left in the dark!!
I usually keep quiet on these long threads,
but I’ve got to toss my 2 cents in.
“cheap throwaway computer”? You may have
the money to replace your computer whenever the wind blows,
but that’s just totally nuts! If you are crazy enough to turn
off all the system updates and not backup your computer then
you deserve whatever happens to both you and your machine.
Companies like Microsoft have lots of experts who are working
hard to make the systems and their components the best they
can for all of us.
They have made the decision to eliminate a
very old application in I E. They aren’t the first company to
make this kind of decision and they won’t be the last. You’ve
got two choices. You can either deal with it and use another
browser or you can give up computers and go back to the dark
ages. Me, I accepted their decision a long time ago and have
moved forward. I remember the days of DOS and even before
that. I will never go backwards!
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