Whether you installed Windows 10 on your own, or bought a new computer with it pre-installed, one of the most annoying features is Patch Tuesday, which has become daily Windows Updates. Since Windows 10 does not give the general user a control panel for when to download updates, it is not always convenient, especially when you have a slow internet connection, or are attempting to binge watch Netflix. Remember that it is a good practice to keep your OS (operating system) updated, but it is nice to have control over these types of things. Being the amateur Geeks we are, we learned a quick and easy way to control Windows 10 Updates.
Let’s face it; the price of cable, phone, and internet is getting to be almost as expensive as a car payment. And with the price of everything else necessary to live off of, shaving a few dollars a month would help immensely for even those who aren’t on a budget. For the light internet users, data on a cell phone may be just right, or for those that are media streamers the need for an internet provider is a necessity. But what about that pesky bundle all the big companies try to ram down your throat? Are they worth it? And what will the cable/phone company do to keep you in their evil clutches when you wake up and realize you don’t need what they offer?