- Aug 15, 2015
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IS it really worth the risk when 1809 works?
I can completely empathize. I have been stung badly on countless occasions by the update bug on practically every OS/platform I've used. It's gotten to the point where I have become a devoted evangelist of the "If it ain't broke don't fix it" cult. I have several Windows 7 machines, one XP and my HTPC which is Windows 10 1903. Updates are disabled. I have offline images of all my OSes so I can restore in case of hard drive failure or malware (I make incremental updates periodically).IS it really worth the risk when 1809 works?
Yes a restore of that size will take some time. Once you start the restore process however there isn't any kind of interaction required on your part - You can walk away and leave it till it's done.That sounds like an option that I will look into... A 1Tb disc might be fun restoring over a network though is it possible to keep a data partition in place doing a clean install? Might speed it up.
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