All of us know that Windows 10 is such an efficient operating system that handles all the updates very gracefully. It is generally not advisable for the user to take control of these updates as he may mess up things
Windows 10 keeps a track of all the updates that you perform on it either automatically or manually. It is not bothered by the fact that these updates are installed successfully or they failed rather it just maintains a log
Windows 10 has an exceptional feature of auto-updating your operating system and certain other apps running on it. Some people, however, do not want the new updates to bother them any longer and they prefer to disable the update assistant
All of the Windows 10 users are familiar with its feature of automatic update. Automatic update installs an update or a security patch as soon as it finds any of your applications or features getting obsolete. This feature also saves
As all of us know that, some system updates require your PC to be restarted automatically after performing those update. This feature is indeed very useful because at times, an update tends to make a change in Windows registry file
When there are new updates available for your installation of Windows 7 or 8, it prompts you with a Window asking you to either restart the computer or to postpone the installation for 10 minutes, one hour or four hours.
Many people may dislike Google Chrome products for some annoyances, such as the Google Updater installed alongside Chrome or the communications between Chrome and Google. Therefore, SRWare has developed an own fork of the popular browser which is built from
To disable Windows from installing updates when you were about to shut down your computer and have some tea there are two options available in your Local Group Policy Editor. Access it by entering gpedit.msc into a Run... prompt. On