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Windows 10 May Update (1903)

This update forces you to create a pin number. It will force to use it all the time and not save it.

In the earlier versions of Windows you had the options to just hide the update and the system will not install it. Can this be done if so how?

Thank you.


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I recall folk see this with the HELLO LOGIN.
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No Such Requirement Here..

All Win10 computers here use a local login to perform the updates. No PIN used or required. And on one machine where both a Microsoft login AND a local login are used, no PIN was required or used.

In regards to Windows 10, if you want to continue using it, you'll have to update it. That's the Microsoft way. But with the newest version 1903, you do have the option to "Pause" the updates for up to a month. (Start-Settings-Update and Security-Windows Update)

Hope this helps.


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