yw .. but you should also configure to be only informed about updates, to be able to control on your own, when it's safe to perform the upgrade.
Because every month, when Microsoft releases a collection of patches, it can happen that bad patches are included, like last month. Then it's better to be able to wait until they fixed the issues.
A good strategy is to have a good backup / restore strategy to be prepared for whatever can happen.
I can strongly recommend Macrium Reflext. It enables me to restore to the previous day or week within < 10min,
although my Terabyte SSD is filled with around 640 GB of data.
It's possible by their so called "rapid delta restore" mechanism, which is so fast because it changes only those disk blocks,
that need a change. During such OS upgrades only a few things are being changed, therefore the speed.
And this also nicely reduces the "wear" on your SSD(s).
Macrium Reflect is very reliable. The company regularly delivers smaller apparently well-tested maintenance upgrades that I've never experienced instability with in the past 3-4 years. Also no issues with major release upgrades.
I also think it's good that they just focus on the backup topic. I've seen so many programs in the past that supposedly want to do 20 other things, but they just turn it into error-prone bloatware.
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