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Windows 10 home disable automatic updates group policy free. How to turn off automatic updates in Windows 10

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Type Services in the search field the magnifying glass icon on the taskbar and run this system tool. Find Windows Update service and open its properties.

To start the Local Group Policy Editor, type gpedit. Find the policy Configure Automatic Updates, open it and set it to Disabled. Free utilities to disable automatic updates in Windows 10 Also, you can use free utilities to prevent Windows 10 from updating automatically. Run the program, jump to the tab Disable to check the box next to Disable Windows Updates. After that, click Apply Now for the changes to take effect. As seen from the screenshot, this program can also disable Windows Firewall and Windows Defender.

If necessary, you can turn everything on again in the tab Enable. Wsheep wont get it. There was an update for the Surface Pro 2 that broke Wifi. That’s all on MS. They make the hardware and software. It was later fixed, but required having a usb to ethernet adapter to get the new update. I’ve had the same thing happen with a cumulative update to Windows Made my desktop unusable and required a format and reinstall to fix.

Then, Microsoft must push stable updates to general public. I am a developer, and I generally push updates to fix the bugs not to make my app unstable. So, auto updates aren’t annoying, but buggy updates are! Yes, but combine the two and you don’t just get buggy updates, you get FORCED buggy updates which is the real problem. If MS could be sure their updates were entirely bug free then forced updates might make sense.

Since this is impossible, the only solution is to let the person using or administrating the end devices act as gatekeeper. The responsibility should be on the end user to ensure things they install are compatible with and work properly on their hardware. If MS want to take on that responsibility then fine, but when they drop the ball yet again they need lots of support staff on hand to fix each PC.

This has not happened and will never happen, so Strange how so many of us saw this coming, but no-one from MS saw it. The 1 month update delay in RS2 should keep all naysayers at bay, given the occasional botched update.

It doesn’t really solve the problem of a botched update because by the time you’d know an update that was released is botched it would be too late to then pause updates. It’s just another bad solution for the wrong problem. It would be since after a month they would rerelease the proper update.

After the 2 month delay is over and a potential botched update is installed there will be patches by then. Microsoft has been known to take down botched updates and put them back once the issue is fixed.

Either way there isn’t an issue. Awesome, thanks so much for this article! Is there a way to do the same on Win 10 Mobile? It is super annoying when the phone restarts by itself during the night and then I miss calls because it requires PIN entry Who calls you during the night?

How do they dare? I had a smile and laugh at that. Made my day. I depend on my Windows phone and Realarm to wake me for work every morning – why don’t you just change your active hours for the device?

Works for me! I’ve never had to enter a PIN to answer a call even if the device is restarted. Try setting your active hours to prevent random restarts. The phone should also give you a notification when an update is downloaded and waiting to install check your notification settings. From the update settings you can press the “restart now” button or set the exact time you’d like the update to install. Browse around your device’s settings. Windows mobile gives you a surprising amount of control.

Well I don’t want my device restarting without my consent, period. Once my phone started restarting during a night out around 3 AM – I found out when I was going to call an Uber for my friends and me. Nothing beats waiting in the cold for 10 or so minutes while the gears are turning Is it the end of the world? Of course not.. My point is: what is wrong with giving the user the option to find a good time and then restart manually to finish installing the updates?

Are the updates really so important they can’t wait a day or two? This will also prevent downloads from Store but updates will be stoped until you start the Services again :D. I do this also and have a calendar reminder to check updates once a month. Win10 Pro. I don’t know if it can be done on the home addition. Or set the acitive hours and say your internet connection is a metered connection.

If Microsoft’s goal was to make sure all Windows 10 users are on the latest update they should have used messaging and nagging to get users to update and only resort to forced updates if a user ignores those messages for too long.

Just like the whole upgrade to windows 10 fiasco they are too eager to force these updates on people and the end result will be the opposite of what they wanted with guides like this one showing users how to avoid these updates completely. The right solution would be to show a message, if it’s a critical update to fix a volunerability make it clear that the user should install the update as soon as possible and that if they don’t, in 3 days it will be installed automatically.

Give them options, do it now, do it tonight, I’ll do it later which means it won’t happen automatically for 3 days. For feature updates, show a message with a preview of some of the key features the user will get and give them 30 days to install it before it’s forced on them. It’s a much simpler solution that lets the user know their computer will be updated and restarted soon and takes away the biggest problem with these auomatic updates auto restarts. No need for active hours, pausing updates or any of that nonsense Microsoft will do while trying to still solve this problem with RS3 and whatever updates are next.

I understand what you’re saying, but I know too many people that would be more annoyed by this. Most people I know do not have issues with the auto update feature and don’t even realize their machine was updated. A good OS should be invisible to the user so the user can do what they need to.

No need for registry edits or annoying popups. Will the registry one work with Home? These steps are targeted for professional and above versions of Windows In my test updates continued to download in Windows 10 Home. Awesome article Mauro, especially relevant to those of us that get what and why.

I have had work and project progress ruined costing me hours of rework and trying to get back to where I was because of this awful imposed policy. Sadly it seems probably due to subsequent updates lol that even though I have followed all your measures, it does not work and the system is STILL rebooting.

I am not sure what to do now other than seeking to disable Windows Update as a service. If you have any updated advice it would be appreciated. Not sure, but you can set your active hours and set your connection as a metered connection to prevent updates.

It doesn’t. I tried the same as Mauro did and don’t work. I was able to do a registry hack for stopping the Customer Experience going to MS. So was just curious if this would work as well. But it don’t. Wish I could swap the license on my tablet to my main PC!

I hope the store issue on mobile will be resolved in the next build. What issue? I don’t have any issues on my XL running the latest Release Preview build.

Way to go completely off topic This is one of the worst features brought about by W I really don’t get why they continue to give no option to opt out with so much backlash. There is no need to do any of what is listed on this page. I only have active hours set and I never have an issue with random updating or long reboots.

Active hours on the home edition is only for a maximum of 8 hours. How many people only have an 8 hour per day contiguous window that their computer can’t randomly restart? Fifteen minutes after active hours and all my unsaved work was lost in a restart. Then I needed to wait 25 minutes until I could use my own computer again. All this because my metered connection became non-metered to download an app that required a non-metered connection.

Microsoft’s implementation of active hours is garbage and never will be good considering the computer should never restart when you don’t want it to even outside your active hours. We seriously need more control over updates. Very much needed this :- :- :- Thanks a lot! W10 is now improving IMO. I like it and have not had any problems. That’s on a 4yr. Old hp pavillion desktop. I run Windows 10 on my Compaq Presario from I’ve only replaced the harddrive the whole time I’ve had it.

I’m impressed that the 11 year old laptop runs W10 better than it ever ran Windows XP. An alternative is to set the current network as a metered connection. Telling users how to stop security updates is bad, this should not be encouraged.

The article should explain Active Hours and Derfer Updates instead. However, some of the methods they outlined would intimidate a non-thechie user. I would bet that only a tach savy person would attempt this despirte the walkthrough. Having control over a person’s own computer is bad? Some of us like to make our own decisions rather than others making them for us. But then I realize there are those who are bent on forcing their will on others for the “greater good”. Many of us resist that stance, especially when we’ve experienced the downfalls.

If leaving your computer open to attack and other malicious activity only affected you, then sure See if I care.

But it doesn’t just affect your, does it? Infected computers become nodes in huge botnets, sending spam, distributing malware, etc. It is irresponsible and incosiderate for anybody with an internet connected computer to not install security updates.

This sounds so familiar. When I started working with computers in , its was the best tool I ever laid my hands. It’s a shame. Or just go to services and disable windows updates, then you will not get any updates, neither from windows nor from windows store.

And you can active it when you need download something from windows store or update some apps. The only update I get is from Defender, or maybe I don’t know when its updating. In the update setting, there might be a text button beneath the “Check for updates” button that says “Check online for updates from Microsoft Update”.

I have to click that on my work Surface Pro 3 to get some of the updates. Windows Defender will have more frequent updates though. Also make sure the “Give me updates for other Microsoft products when I update Windows” checkbox is checked. Both of those features should be part of the main update check, but for some reason they aren’t. I very much prefer the Windows 7 Manual update method of choosing your update depending on the size Ya, that’s one thing I miss, but I like the auto update.

My family and friends don’t ask me to fix their computer as often. Most of the time I fixed their computer by installing the last 6 months of updates they decided not to do. Every time they were impressed that updating the computer is all they had to do. I always installed the required, recommended, and optional updates. Drivers were they only thing I hesitated on. I know that, and I stopped repairing there PC’s Twice the work cause they asked some other friend to do that, I had to repair their “work” as well.

They never paid me in the first place. So bye bye. I’m doing this. Fer sure. Because it restarted!!!!!!!! Then set your active hours so it doesn’t auto update, or turn off your computer when you’re done using it. It can’t update if it’s not on. Not everyone works regular hours ;. Works fine recognised as Real by MS.

Oh man it’s so annoying that a company is giving me free updates and new features. Why would they ever do that??? Just go into your settings and set the active hours to when you’re going to be using your machine. You could probably set it to all day so it never automatically installs. As a person whose family always asks them to fix their computer, this is a god send. Most of the time updating the machine fixes their issues, but they turned off the updates completely.

Since the Windows 10 auto updates I have received fewer calls and emails asking for help. This feature is a great one. Get Windows Pro if you want even more control.

How would you like it if you’re in the middle of making a project. Then as you hit the start button you’re only options are upgrade and shutdown and reboot and shutdown. I nearly missed the deadline of my project because of this bullshit.

I’m working full time while taking up my masters, I barely have enough time so I had no choice but to cram, then this bullshit happened. Even under ordinary circumstances, we should be given the choice not to update because everyone knows that windows updates are full of bugs. I would only update nce those bugs are fixed, cause it’s working perfectly right now anyway and i don’t need anything else. I don’t get it. Updates are good fore everyone, I think.

 
 

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Was this reply helpful? Yes No. Sorry this didn’t help. Choose where you want to search below Search Search the Community. Search the community and support articles Windows Windows 10 Search Community member. I have an aged self assembled pc running proprietary software that will not function beyond version Once again MS, the largest purveyor of malware, hacked my pc and upgraded it to the current version Once again I had to waste valuable time restoring the pc to version and fixing what MS broke.

This has happened on every version since I am disgusted with MS’s god almighty attitude. The only additional security I need is to stop MS. Please give me a method to permanently accomplish this. This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I have the same question Report abuse. Details required :. Cancel Submit. Hi GH. Microsoft has finally heard us and taken action in the latest Version to given ur more control back over Windows Update.

This is the most stable method to change versions which you will need to do anyway, brings all Updates current, and solves most problems at the same time. I hope this helps. Feel free to ask back any questions and keep me posted. If you’ll wait to rate whether my post helped you, I will keep working with you until it’s resolved. The pages appear to be providing accurate, safe information.

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Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. Obviously you did not read my message. This particular pc will not run on any version beyond I am trying my best to keep it there without MS interference with automatic upgrades that basically kill it until I get it back to My time is valuable too! In some cases I have had to re-image the disk to get it back.

Just tell me what registry keys to edit and what tasks and services to stop. If you want to complain to Microsoft use the Feedback Hub app in Start Menu where developers are tasked to process consumer feedback. But Microsoft will not even see it here because this is a tech forums where we are mostly volunteers trying to help solve your problems.

I specifically gave you steps to control Updates including turn them off entirely IF you have an older version.

I suggest you go back and read my post and set the Metered Connection which will turn off Updates. I have looked at setting a metered connection in the past but have not been able to figure out how to do it on an ethernet connection.

I have only found a method for WiFi connections. In reply to ghamer’s post on June 16, Ms is also trying to install KB which will probably make it even harder to keep my pc on Even though I used wushowhide to block it, it still tries to install. Go figure! I was able to make the edits noted in the article. I will see in six months or so if it works.

I also plan to create a command file to stop and disable Windows Update and run it as a scheduled task. Glad it helped. Let me know if there’s anything else. Also when ready please mark the post which helped most as the Answer, to help others. A rating is also appreciated. This site in other languages x.

 

Windows 10 home disable automatic updates group policy free

 
Jun 17,  · Permanently disable Windows 10 Home Automatic Updates. Harassment is any behavior intended to disturb or upset a person or group of people. Threats include any threat of suicide, violence, or harm to another. Feel free to ask back any questions and keep me posted. If you’ll wait to rate whether my post helped you, I will keep working. Feb 17,  · Hi John, to disable Automatic Updates, follow the steps below: Click your Start Button, type services and hit ENTER Scroll down the list of services to find Windows Update Double click the service If it has started, click ‘Stop’ Then you must set its startup type to ‘Disabled’ – ‘Manual’ will not do! Restart your PC That’s It! May 18,  · As Windows 10 Home users don’t have group policy feature Tweak registry editor is the best way to stop windows 10 Automatic update installation. Press Windows + R, type r egedit and click ok to open the windows registry editor. Now first backup the registry database and navigate to the following path.

 
 

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