We got our start in 1991, selling handmade jams and jellies at local farmers’ markets, fairs and festivals. A passion for innovative recipes and flavors soon led us to expand to sauces, condiments, mustards, baking mixes, and more—all made with the same high-quality ingredients and painstaking attention to detail. Today, our products are sold in more than 6,000 locations both nationwide and internationally, as well as through our 10 company stores (and on this very website). We're honored to be the winner of 28 prestigious awards from the Specialty Food Association, including three Outstanding Product Line awards.
Windows 10 is aggressive with its updates and this has been a problem for a lot of users. Windows 10 will restart of its own accord to install updates. Microsoft tried to rectify the problem by allowing users to set active hours. Windows 10 would only install updates outside these hours. The problem is, Windows users liked it when they could say no to an update. Microsoft has taken that away and is trying to find a balance between forced updates and a user’s preference for installing them. Defer updates allows a user to say no to an update for up to 35 days. This means you can delay updates for over a month.