This will send shudders of resigned recognition to all those who lived through the saga of nag screens that plagued Windows 7 and 8.x users when Windows 10 was rolled out as a free upgrade and made it very hard to opt out. However, Reddit user Leopeva64 noticed preview build 1903 extends the delay for up to 35 days, as can be seen in the screenshot above.
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But if the 35-day pause for Home users does make it into Windows 10, some users definitely will be interested in using it the same way that Windows 10 Pro users can today: To give them a bit of a buffer while Microsoft irons out problems with new Windows 10 feature releases in the early days of their roll-out. What bugs Windows 10 users the most, however, is having no ability to pause Windows 10 updates. Typically, these are resolved inside per week or two of the preliminary launch, with Microsoft both reissuing mounted variations of the patches or generally blacklisting explicit hardware or software program combos which have confirmed problematic.
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The change does not seem to have any official affirmation, however, it's obvious when performing a recent set up of a preview construct and not placing the machine within the Insider Program. Machines in the Insider program have their deferral period capped at seven days, even in the Pro and Enterprise versions of Windows. With that being the case, the new 35 day installation delay looks likely to stay in place. The latest Windows builds have removed the preview watermark from the desktop, indicating that Microsoft is nearing the final release of 1903.