Windows 11 is currently available to Windows insiders running Dev channel. So far, the new OS with centered Start Menu looks great and liked by many users. One of the new features, Microsoft announced and rolled out is Power Options under Start displays how long an update takes to install when you shutdown or restart your device. This is just an estimate. The feature was available to select Insiders, but you can now enable this for your Windows 11 device with ViveTool.
When your system is pending reboot for an update, Windows 11 displays estimate required for happening that in the following location
- On Power options menu under Start
- in restart notifications
- on the Windows Update Settings page
- inside Windows Update icon that appears on taskbar
Enable Windows 11 Update install Estimate time Feature
- Download ViveTool zip file and extract its contents to a folder on desktop
- Press Win key and type cmd, and select Run as administrator
- Right click on ViveTool folder on desktop and right click and select “copy as path”
- Return to Command Window and enter CD “”C:\Users\[username]\Desktop\ViVeTool”
- Run the command ViVeTool addconfig 25704915 2
- Restart your computer.
Its worth noting that the estimate beside Update and Shutdown, and ,Update and restart appears only where there is an quality update pending for install.
Before proceeding with instructions and running the tool, its worth warning Microsoft discourages users from running such utilities. The third-party tool may harm y our computer than good.
Use it at your own risk. We are not responsible damage that causes to your device.
There is no rush to manually enable the feature, wait for Microsoft to bring it to your device.
Have you found the Windows Update install time estimate useful? Let us know in the comments below [Source: Albacore]
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