This new feature is actually pretty convenient for most users, but not everyone wants their operating system updated on Microsoft's schedule.(And it's one of the reasons you might not want to upgrade to Windows 10 just yet.)If you're running a professional version of Windows 10 (Professional, Enterprise or Education), you actually can disable automatic updates using the Group Policy editor.When a software update is available, you will be notified. Well, I have been looking around for something about this, but strangely, the only people talking about this want to turn it off...
When a new update has been downloaded and installed, Windows 10 will prompt you to schedule a time for your PC to restart.
A small warning: Microsoft may be scrapping this ultra-convenient feature in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.
Last night i restarted my laptop so windows 8 can install the updates.
it logged me off and installed the updates and the restarted.
Upon restarting it, it got to 82% and seems stuck there.
I have tried looking around and see that this is a common problem.
In the latest Insider Preview build (Build 14342), you can no longer schedule restarts.
Instead, you have the option to set up "active hours" -- a 10-hour time period during which your computer will not be restarted.
i then when on and waited while it booted up, i sat there for about 20 minutes before i decided to restart the computer (it was stalling on the windows 8...