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Should Windows 10 Power Users Shut Off Windows Update?

Windows 10 users can still 'opt-out' of updates by turning Windows Update off altogether. Can you get away with doing so, without risking major security problems? The post Should Windows 10 Power Users Shut Off Windows Update? appeared first on ExtremeTech.
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