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To achieve that, you can download all the post Windows 8.1 Update 1 updates (.msu files) then extract the .cab of each .msu (7-zip can do the trick or the following command wusa KBxxxx.msu /extract:C:\Temp\w81updates) into lets say C:\Temp\w81updates folder. Then you can inject these updates to you USB installation media with the Microsoft dism tool. ...


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This is a normal behavior which you can't fix. The more updates you have installed the, the higher the memory usage grows. Windows Updates needs to check which updates you have installed and which nes you need and this takes some time and memory. You can try to cleanup WinSxS by installing update KB2852386 and running disk cleanup. Look if this reduces ...


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This could be because of your "Windows Update" settings. If it is configured to run frequently (daily), then the available updates downloaded in the temp location and will get installed when you shutting down your machine. Configure the "Windows Update" settings as per your convenient time window and ensure your other processes not delayed because of ...



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