Many WIn 10 users don't realize the system seizes control of updates from you and gives it exclusively to the vendor. So you have problems like this occur .... https://www.forbes.com/sites/gordonkelly/2017/03/12/microsoft-windows-10-upgrade-problems/?utm_source=yahoo&utm_medium=partner&utm_campaign=yahootix&partner=yahootix&yptr=yahoo#fc70d4820fd7
Or you can play games like this to try to retain control of the updates forced upon your computer .... http://www.pcworld.com/article/3085136/windows/two-ways-to-control-or-stop-windows-10-updates.html
I think control of updates is a bigger deal than many people realize, even IT pros. If the vendor can force any "updates" upon you, you've truly lost control of your computer.
For example, when the forced upgrade to Win 11 comes along, you'll be defenseless. Users wont have the option to stay on 10 (the way they did with 7).
Nor can they avoid any spyware or adware the vendor sends their way.
I'm very sad to see Windows -- an OS that has contributed a lot to the world -- decline in this way. You'll never catch me using it again unless I'm forced to by client.