Windows Update looks bad. And how about this concept?

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It can be much better than now.

Over the last few updates, Microsoft has made various major or minor changes within the Windows Update section of the Windows 10 settings. However, the current project is still significantly different from what users of the software would like to see here, who, among others, through the program Windows Insider submit their suggestions. Zee-Al-Eid Ahmad Rana decided to materialize the desires of many serial users and "insiders" by creating an interesting concept of the Windows Update section.

Presenting graphics Windows Update concept above all, show how neat this system settings section can be. The proposed view is minimalistic and transparent at the same time. The grouping of updates for each program and key system elements is striking – thanks to this, the Windows 10 user can see on his palm what is currently being installed.

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Source: Zee-Al-Eid Ahmad Ran

According to the concept of authorship Ahmad Ran's Zee-Al-Eid the user would know exactly how much disk space it takes before installing the patch. Everyone could decide individually whether they want to install only security patches or whether they can also install major updates and minor patches. All thanks to the option to check the appropriate box.

windows update 2 concept
Source: Zee-Al-Eid Ahmad Ran

The redesigned Windows Update site is also an advanced option that allows you to specify the maximum use of the link by downloading patches, the ability to automatically download and install manually, or the option of just checking the availability of patches, without downloading them. You have to admit that the interface proposed is really great.

windows update 3 concept
Source: Zee-Al-Eid Ahmad Ran

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Source: Zee-Al-Eid Ahmad Ran

Microsoft will probably never use the view suggested by the Internet user, but maybe it will be inspired by some of its elements? What would you change in Windows Update? Or maybe you think that "it is good how it is"?