So, do you need the update? The answer is, probably not. However, Windows 10 was designed to automatically download and apply updates, so it’s not easy to stop or disable updates like it was in prior Windows versions. But there are ways around this for those totally against the automatic updates.
If your computer originally came with Windows 10, then you’re likely okay to proceed with this latest update. When you’re prompted to review your privacy settings for the update, it will by default allow Windows 10 to share certain info with Microsoft. This includes data like your location, speech recognition, computer diagnostics, and other usage details so Windows, apps and advertisements can be more intelligent. Personally, I don’t see a problem with this. But if you’re highly concerned about your digital privacy, you might want to turn off these settings when you’re prompted to review them.