Microsoft's radical upgrade approach is surely not unfamiliar, and the way you hate it is coming again. Earlier this month, some of the Windows 10th Anniversary Update/Creator Update User Reports reported that security updates have been “unauthorized” without the user's permission. Forced upgrades to fall creator updates have caused dissatisfaction among users on Twitter and the community.
According to the report, although the user sets the number of days of feature update delays to 365 days and the number of quality update delay days to 30 days, the Creator Update (Version 1703) user will be upgraded to the Fall Creator Update (Version 1709) at the time of general installation quality update. version.
Microsoft released the KB4023814 update on Friday:
If the current user is running Windows 10 version 1507, version 1511, version 1607, or version 1703, the user will receive a notification that the current device needs to install the latest security update. Windows Update will attempt to update your device. Version 1607 and Version 1703 are not yet "End of Life", but users must update to the latest version of Windows 10 to ensure that they can combat the latest security threats.
Then Microsoft released a yellow strip important warning
Microsoft acknowledges that this notification incorrectly updates device pushes to Windows 10 creators who have configured delayed push. Microsoft has begun to ease this issue on March 8.
Users who are affected by this and upgraded to Windows 10 Version 1709 can revert to the previous version within 10 days of the upgrade. The downgrade job can be opened in Settings > Updates & Security > Recovery and choose to revert to the previous Windows 10 release.