Installing updates one-by-one in Windows 10 like other versions of Windows
This is not benificial for users like me who are on a low bandwidth.However we can control updates using Vishal’s great article here but still we cannot control and Install a specific update like Windows update.
Here in this article I would explain how to Install a specific update using powershell, a similar application like command prompt.SO without wasting time lets see how to accomplish this:
PART 1(Needs to be done one time only)
First of all download the from following link:
Windows update Powershell Module
2.Extract the above downloaded file and copy the contents/folders after Extraction.
3.Navigate to C:/Windows/System32/WindowsPowerShellv1.0Modules and paste the folder PSWindowsupdate there.Click continue when Prompted.
I have already done that so It is asking me to replace:
4.Press windows key+Q to open search bar.Type in Windows Powershell.It will automatically start searching and would display the results.Right Click Windows Powershell and select Run as administrator option.
5.Now type the following command to change Execution Policy in Powershell that would be required to install the updates:
Press Y when you are prompted for change as shown:
6.Now we need to import the module required to install the updates into powershell, we just copied.To do this execute the following command:
We are done setting up.Now over to Part 2:
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Residing from Chandigarh India, Sumit is a Windows Insider MVP awarded for the first time in 2018. He is also an Independent advisor for Microsoft customers and helps voluntarily as well on the forums.