I haven't checked that out, but there's also another way to turn off automatic updates in Windows 10. There's a service which runs in the background that allows the computer to download stuff in the background, and if you disable that service it will prevent the computer from being able to automatically check for and download Windows updates-- you can still update if you want to, but you must check for updates manually. The drawback is that you might download and install an update which notices that the service is turned off, and turns it back on. Thus, whenever you install an update you'd presumably need to go check the services to see whether that particular one got turned on again, and if it did, turn it off again.
Originally Posted by Bobbsy
I don't remember the name of the service offhand-- I think its BITS (Background Intelligent Transfer Service), but I'd need to double-check.
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