• How to avoid installing the upgrade to Win10 version 2004

    It took Microsoft more than four years to give us the tools to fend off unwanted upgrades. But we have them now, and they’re working. Just curtail your clicking finger and you can stay on Win10 version 1903 or 1909 for many more months.

    For those of you chomping at the bit to install Win10 version 2004 (due out this week) — I have to ask. Why?

    I understand the allure of a bright and shiny new version of the old cash cow. But Win10 version 2004 seems to be completely bereft of compelling new features. Is it worth intentionally putting yourself in the second wave of beta testers, when the benefits are so minuscule?

    Full details in Computerworld Woody on Windows.