Microsoft launched a similar Windows 7" optional update "project in its Windows 10 Windows Update panel in august. Users can still process optional update items in the Device Manager before revision.But now the company has disabled the auto-update feature in the device manager and urged to use Windows Update instead to get device updates.
In addition, Microsoft is considering adjusting windows update's "optional update" user interface to make it easier for novices, sources said.
It should be noted that windows 10 still automatically downloads and installs important driver updates without user permission. And new items can only be retrieved in the view optional updates page after upgrading to windows 10 2004 / 20h2.
Embarrassingly, the new experience is still a bit confusing because users don't know which version of the driver is more appropriate.
To be safe, we recommend that you download and install the driver from the official website of the hardware manufacturer. If you can't find it, consider getting updates through windows update.