The users of Windows 10 running older versions of the operating system and wanting to stay on a specific version of Windows 10 It would be good to avoid installing the update KB4023057, released again.
The update is available in all versions Windows 10 released by Microsoft from version 1507 until 1909 which is the penultimate release.
The update KB4023057 is regularly republished by Microsoft stating that it "includes reliability improvements to its Windows 10”And that“ includes files and resources that fix issues that affect their information processes Windows 10 which may prevent the installation of important updates ".
While this may sound good and can be very useful for users who want to upgrade, and can not, it is a big problem for users who do not want to upgrade their systems.
The update will change the system settings so that it can install automatic updates. In other words, if you have set them Windows 10 to block automatic updates, h KB4023057 will undo the changes and you will end up with the latest version of Windows 10.
The update description states somewhat vaguely:
This update may attempt to restore network settings if problems are detected, and will clear registry keys that may prevent the updates from being successfully installed.
The managers of Windows 10 who do not want to upgrade their devices should avoid installing it KB4023057. This can be done in many ways, such as hiding the update using Wushowhide.diagcab, which can be downloaded by Microsoft itself.
Of course there are also update blocking programs like Windows Update Blocker.