You got that right. The lack of update control in W10 is the main sticking point for a lot of people not wanting to upgrade. I've read their "reasons" for it, but it's a joke. And, of course, it turns us all into guinea pigs. What's going to happen when, as has happened in the past, they release an update that screws a bunch of systems up to the point that they won't start? Instead of being thousands, it could be millions, or tens of millions, or even more. It's REALLY stupid. I feel bad for anyone with W10 that doesn't have a system image backup.
The system image will save you if you happen to get one of those bad updates that screw your system up. When it's happened in the past, it happened to a small number of people before it was caught and rectified my Microsoft. With this instant update nonsense with W10, it will affect a LOT more people, all at once. A system image could save you from this.
When we used F/B we always ran out and had to buy tokens with the largest plan.Did you not know about how to turn off auto video play?
Your post got me thinking, and I now have space for three generations of images for each of my three computers. It took a bit of calculation, as my external HDD has a capacity of only 750Gb, but with the partitions ranging from 60GB to 80GB, I was able to fit them all, with a little room left over. It seemed a better idea to have three instead of two for each system, as I can be safer by always having one that is two to three months old, rather than one to two months old (I image once a month on average). I also have an extra internal HDD in my desktop where I keep images, as well.
Thanks for the inadvertent advice. LOL.