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  • 2020’s Windows 10 2004

    Posted on April 27th, 2020 at 01:15 Tracey Capen Comment on the AskWoody Lounge
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    WINDOWS 10

    By Susan Bradley

    Well, it’s that time of year! Microsoft releases a new version of Windows 10 … and we promptly put it off for as long as we can.

    Or at least until we know it’s stable and thoroughly tested. As you might expect, I’m going to recommend that you don’t install this latest feature update when Microsoft first offers it. Instead, I regard a new Win10 release as an occasion to take a brief time-out — a moment to take stock of what versions I’m running at home and at the office, and to decide whether it’s time to upgrade to a newer but thoroughly vetted version.

    A brand-new Win10 is also a reminder that I need to download and save the latest Win10 install/recovery ISO.

    Read the full story in AskWoody Plus Newsletter 17.16.0 (2020-04-27).