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    Microsoft is working on a new Windows update system that would allow you to resume a software update where it left off if your connection is severed.
    If you've ever been downloading a Windows 10 update, only for the download to be interrupted before it's completed, you'll know exactly how frustrating that situation can be. It's especially problematic for those with slower internet connections or data caps, given that major updates – like the Fall Creators Update that Microsoft released in October – are several gigabytes in size. It's a problem that Microsoft is keenly aware of, but it's working on a solution.

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    02-14-2018 01:40 PM

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