Windows is one of the most popular & stable operating system available. Also, Microsoft provides regular updates to increase the stability & security but sometimes it is annoying because there is no option to stop getting the update.So in this article, I will tell you How To Stop Automatic Updates In Windows 10.
Stop Automatic Updates In Windows 10
If you run Windows 10 (Professional, Enterprise, or Education ), you can use the Local Group Policy Editor to quickly change the settings to prevent Windows 10 from automatically downloading and installing updates.
- Use the Windows key + R keyboard shortcut to open the Run command.
- Type gpedit.msc and click OK to open the Local Group Policy Editor.
- Browse the following path:
Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Windows Update
- On the right side, double-click the Configure Automatic Updates policy.
- On the left side, check the Enabled option to enable the policy.
- Under Options, you’ll find a number of ways to configure automatic updates, including:
- 2 – “Notify for download and notify for install.”
- 3 – “Auto download and notify for install.”
- 4 – “Auto download and schedule the install.”
- 5 – “Allow local admin to choose the setting.”
You should select the update option you want to configure. If you select option 4, you can specify exactly when to install new updates. You can also choose to install updates during automatic maintenance, on a particular day and time, and you can even check the option to include other Microsoft product updates when updating the OS.
- Click Apply.
- Click OK to complete the task.