Although not being massively distributed, the Windows 10 update is now available to many. The trend is always to install these new versions, to evaluate what Microsoft has created.
Of course, many this is an update that cannot yet be installed, for several reasons. It is therefore imperative that they are able to postpone the May 2020 update of Windows 10. Of course, there is a way for this to be done, created by Microsoft.
Not everyone wants May update on machines
There are many new features that Microsoft has placed in the latest Windows 10 update. This one arrived this week, as expected, and is already available to many users and all those who force it. It is still a manual process, but it will soon be automated.
Anyone who wants to prevent the May 2020 update from being installed on Windows 10 has a way of doing so. This will be postponed and only later, with greater stability, will it be brought to the machines that decide to wait.
Pause this new feature of Windows 10
To postpone this novelty you must first open Windows 10 Settings and then, inside, choose the option Security updates. On the Windows Update tab, you will immediately find the option Pause for 7 days.
If you prefer to set another period or pause for a much longer time, you should choose the Advanced options. There you should now have the option to define new break periods, up to a maximum of 7 days. You can change and set the precise date for your order.
Option may be to postpone installation for longer
Another option they can use is the choice to postpone updates. These periods are longer and allow up to a maximum of 365 days. This option is to be used to ensure that updates are even deferred and not automatically installed on Windows 10.
You should be aware that these changes do not just pause the May update, but all others that, in the meantime, appear, dedicated to solving serious problems. Still, they can be used to keep these new features away from any PC.