Microsoft has stressed that end users who begin the upgrade process will still have the option to say “No” before the upgrade begins, but I’m dubious of this for several reasons.
indows 10 automatically restart the PC whenever it installed updates that required a mandatory reboot in order to finish installed.
In fact, sometimes Windows 10 may wake up the computer to install the updates, and then auto-reboot.
If you’re not fond of surprise or unpredictable Windows restart due to Windows Update, or face the situation when updates take a long time to install during the reboot, there are several steps that you can take to avoid automatic restart after installing updates.
We’ve written before about the power of defaults, and in this case, leaving automatic updates on has been a “As we shared in late October on the Windows Blog, we are committed to making it easy for our Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 customers to upgrade to Windows 10.
We updated the upgrade experience today to help our customers, who previously reserved their upgrade, schedule a time for their upgrade to take place,” a company spokesperson told ZDNet. First, users on metered connections must either turn off recommended updates or disable automatic updates altogether if you don’t want the 6GB download to count against your monthly limit.
In such situations, the regular prompts to get Windows 8.1 for free might become annoying to them.Control Panel Command Prompt Community Q&A Internet Explorer 11 is the newest version of Microsoft's web browser, but not everyone is a fan.If you prefer an older version, or Internet Explorer 11 isn't working properly, you can revert to your original version by uninstalling the Internet Explorer updates.After installing updates that required a reboot to finish installing, Windows would normally ask user to restart.If the user does not restart the OS after a certain period of time, Windows 10 may start to show warning that operating system is going to restart at a specific time or after a certain duration of time.