The most widely used operating system in the world is MS Windows. Nearly 86% of all computers in the world run on Windows 10. To maintain such a huge user base, new updates are published almost every few weeks. But sometimes problems can occur when stable connectivity is not created, or updates have not been successful. Can I install these updates offline? This blog explains how to update Windows 10 offline.
Which updates of Windows can be installed?
Usually, computers continue to work even if you do not install any updates, but that certainly does not mean that you should not update it. The installation of updates is sometimes necessary because it secures the file as well as all data and files so that they can be saved from potential threats.
Hackers and researchers are always aware of new security bugs and gaps and can be easily exploited. However, Microsoft guarantees that the system will continually be updated so that these exploits can be fixed. As new features are usually upgraded or added, these bugs can be easily fixed without problems. These bugs can drastically reduce your PC’s performance and prevent functions and apps from functioning correctly.
You must install these Windows 10 updates. Windows Home users can change the settings, but they can delay the settings, but avoiding previous version updates can cause significant hacking and security issues.
How to Update Windows 10 Offline?
Locally Download the Updates
If you are on a slow network or if you do not use a high-speed Internet connection, Microsoft has introduced an excellent feature that allows you to download updates from another computer on the local network where they were received. You can transfer this by connecting both computers to the same network.
In Settings, go to Delivery Optimization Settings, tap to Allow downloads from other PCs, and select PCs on the local network. You can even download from the Internet and the local system if you want to speed up the process. First, check the updates manually, and then the download will start automatically.
Downloading it in Advance
Download the update and install it. To install updates in Advance, you must download them in Advance. Go to Settings, press the key+l, then select Updates and Security. If it restarts or schedule restarts, install updates. When you are connected to the Internet, download the update. Later, you can install the update even if you are offline. To schedule it for a later date, click on schedule restart and choose a time on the same day.
Media creation tool
You can create a bootable USB flash drive and start over if you have any problems. Choosing the right Windows 10 version helps to create another PC installation media and also detects the language. You can also burn the ISO file to a suitable DVD.