Like Windows XP, Windows 10 is contstantly being updated. Unlike Windows XP, you have less control over how those updates happen. In this movie, you will know how to access update settings to choose to be notified to schedule a restart and choose a day and time for a restart to complete the installation of a windows update.
- [Voiceover] After you've been using Windows 10 for a while…you're going to notice one difference from Windows XP…when it comes to how Windows is updated.…In Windows XP, you had a lot of control.…You could choose how and when updates are downloaded…to your computer.…Then you could pick and choose how they were installed,…even when your computer would be restarted, if necessary.…Well, here in Windows 10 if you don't do anything…and you use those express settings,…updates are very automatic.…
In fact, you may not even know…that updates are being downloaded.…They're actually being installed,…and you may not even know that your computer…was restarted when you weren't using it.…That's because Windows 10 is very intuitive.…It knows when you might not be busy on your computer…and will take care of everything for you automatically.…If you want a little more control though,…there are some options that are hidden away a little bit.…Let's go down to our Start button and give it a click.…Next we'll choose Settings.…And from here, select Update , Security.…
Note: Windows 10 is not a free upgrade for XP users. You will need to purchase Windows 10 before proceeding with the migration.
- Getting a Microsoft account
- Backing up files on Windows XP
- Upgrading to Windows 10
- Customizing Windows 10 settings
- Restoring files and folders