Just a heads-up to everyone, this months Windows updates is a BIG one. The download to my PC took almost 4 hours over a 20Mb/s link and after the restart the installation and final configuration steps took almost 2 hours.
NOTE: there has been several changes where Microsoft seem to be trying to make the PC like a Smartphone, with improved voice assistant, location services and above all, they want to gather more data from you over your Internet link - some of these options can be disabled or at least have their impact reduced through the final steps in the install process for the upgrade - so READ the screens and take the best option for you. I’m sure someone will come out soon with an article of how to reset the “other” changes that may have been implemented “in the background”.
There is a program that is supposed to disable Windows spying actions - use at your own risk!
There are already articles out on how to block the update as the system runs slower (or so it seems) after the update.
One surprise (at least to me) is that there is a Linux subsystem now in Windows 10, allowing “some” Linux programs to be run under Windows. Which ones? Do they have to be specially compiled? Google it and see what you can find.