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    Home Forums AskWoody support Windows Windows 10 Windows 10 version 2004 – May 2020 Update Is it time to move from 1909 to 2004?

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        AskWoody Plus

        I’m running Win 10 1909 and have the registry setting to block any further feature updates.  However, now that 20H2 is being pushed out, is it time to upgrade from my current release to 2004 (i.e. remove the registry block)?

        Many thanks!

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        Da Boss

        On Oct 11, Woody wrote about this in Woody on Windows.

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        I’d say wait a few weeks longer, tcc089.
        woody has not yet given the green light to upgrade most folks to v2004

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        AskWoody Lounger

        I wouldn’t get it unless you have not done anything to customize Windows.

        I just upgraded from 1809 and Windows Update gave me 1903 (which surprised me). I truly hate Microsoft as all my settings were removed. Microsoft should not do that since they want us to upgrade so frequently. I NEVER upgraded in the past on earlier versions of Windows and I should not need to on Windows 10 since doing that wrecks all personalization.

        Plus, now I have Flash Player back in all its glory. I can’t believe Microsoft has not removed it from all current downloadable versions of Windows 10.

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