Selecting the message will take you to Windows Update, where you have to click the Download button to initiate the update process.Note: Enabling this setting will disable some options under Windows Update in the Settings app, such as Notify to download (mentioned below).You can, however, go to Windows Update and manually start the download and installation.You can make Windows 10 notify you when updates are available and manually trigger the download.It’s available to any Windows 10 users (including Home edition users), who are connecting to the Internet through a wireless connection.This tweak does not work if you’re hooked up to an Ethernet cable.Otherwise, you could find Windows caught in what might appear to be an infinite update cycle as you return from your lunch break.Users who are running the Windows 10 Insider Preview or the upcoming Anniversary Update Change active hours. As a last resort, here’s the one method that will really turn off updates, either completely or until you reboot your computer. Go to Start, type Administrative Tools, and open the matching result. Below Service status, click Stop to shut down Windows Update until you reboot.
Now head to Computer Configuration The next time updates are available, you will see a notification in the Action Center that You need some updates.
Learning how to manage Windows Update For control freaks, Windows Update is a nightmare.
It's designed to operate in the background, automatically keeping your system safe and running smoothly.
Under Startup type, you can select Disabled to prevent it from booting with Windows.
Remember to turn updates back on as soon as possible or proceed to manually install security updates, for example using Portable Update.