@lando242 "If you don't like it, don't use it." Instead, I use whatever I consider convenient for me to use, and I don't need it to be perfect otherwise I wouldn't be using anything at all, and I don't need to pretend it has no defects, and Opera doesn't need its users to refrain from discussing problems and only discuss its strong points. If you don't like posts about Opera problems, just ignore them, instead of crying about someone saying something not positive about Opera. Or even better, provide some constructive help to the original poster to solve the problem.
@blackbird71 You have cut my quote conveniently. I said that Opera is the only software product I ever heard of that offers no control whatsoever on the update process, which was meant to indicate that this behavior is very unusual, not that it's unique. I confirm that so far I never heard of any other product with such behavior, and this appears to be the case for you too, since you could just vaguely mention "one or two free antivirus, unless I'm mistaken" (even if you come up with a list now, it'd be only because you had to look for such products), and since the Windows 10 doc I linked actually does not appear to apply only to Enterprise but to all editions and it explains f.ex. that
...updates will be automatically downloaded and installed whenever they’re available. (Unless you’re on a metered connection, in which case the updates won’t download until you opt to get them.).
Of course you can call that "not real" control if you want, but that's definitely some level of control, very different from the zero level offered by Opera, and that level of control would be definitely enough for the Opera users who want more control on the updates in order to avoid updating while on an expensive connection or a connection with limited amount of traffic before expensive rates kick in. So it's simply not true that Windows 10 non-Enterprise offers the same level of control on updates as Opera.
BTW this started to look like a pointless religion war so I'm out of it.