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  1. jcroy

    Windows 10 update 2004 - rollout issues

    No. At this time, I'll be waiting for my current version 1909 to reach the end of its active life before updating to 2004. (Or if 1909 becomes too cumbersome).
  2. jcroy

    Windows 10 update 2004 - rollout issues

    It appears to be a link shortening service. https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/azure-docs/issues/31136 If you don't trust it, I would go through the standard app stores.
  3. jcroy

    Windows 10 update 2004 - rollout issues

    I usually wait until the "expiry time" of the version I am currently using. Meaning when microsoft isn't putting as much effort into patches and/or starts charging for "extended" service on my current version.
  4. jcroy

    Windows 10 update 2004 - rollout issues

    I got the exact same message too.
  5. jcroy

    Windows 10 update 2004 - rollout issues

    Nowadays buying current "packaged software", is basically a subscription service with frequent patches. Especially modern video games on pcs and consoles. Operating systems are no different.
  6. jcroy

    Windows 10 update 2004 - rollout issues

    I'm holding off for now, until they sort out the sound nonfunctionality issues for 2004 and the previous 1903 and 1909 versions. The sound problems was this month's patch botches.
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