How To: Hide Specific Updates from Windows 10

Windows 10 Home edition is the only version that is required to perform updates automatically in the background. Windows 10 Pro and Enterprise both allow deferment of updates.

If you're running Windows 10 Home edition, updates flow down from Microsoft automatically and install. There's nothing else you need to do. For some, though, this could cause a bit of trouble, particularly if driver updates are reported to cause problems.

Microsoft has made a tool available that allows all Windows 10 users to "hide" specific updates from the updating mechanism.

It's downloadable from here:

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