Microsoft announced that Windows 10 will now automatically roll back updates when it detects incompatibility issues that lead to startup failures. But only when all other automatic recovery attempts have been unsuccessful.
Even though Microsoft started offering users a option to delay automatic updates, it’s only limited to enterprise users and it’s still a “delay”.
But there is a way to “turn off” or “disable” Windows 10 update, no matter which version you’re using.
First, open Network & Internet settings by right-clicking your Network Icon on the taskbar, or go to Settings – Network & Internet.
Then, click the “Change connection properties”.
Scroll down and turn on the “Metered connection”. This will disable your automatic Windows update and you will have to check update manually if you want update.
In the release of Windows 10 October 2018 Update, Microsoft released Microsoft DirectX Raytracing (DXR). Which will gives all developers a access to RTX hardware support of ray tracing, by using industry standard API.
Windows 10 Creators Update includes Beam broadcasting, Windows Game Mode, new gaming settings in Windows System Settings and more.
Beam allows you to easily broadcast your games with less than a second of delay without any additional software acquired. The Game Mode is aimed to help improve overall gaming performance and consistency by optimizing system resources more efficiently for games.