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Stupid win10 updates annoying me- Should i disable it.

is it okay if i turn updates off PERMANANTLY because they are horribly unavoidable and sometimes it forces me to update with a stuck screen. So I HAVE to update mid work. Just horrendous! Especially when i am at work! I cant update my laptop when i am at work. net being a **** storm as well. So i just have to sit there, wait for it to update. HOW ABOUT NO!? solutions please!

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Since Microsoft has no permanent off setting.

In your case it's time to move to another OS. Linux has the usual Chrome, Office Suite and more.

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It Is Possible To Delay Them

It's currently possible to delay the installation of those updates to when you aren't using the computer by changing the "Active Hours" in Start-Settings-Windows Updates. And....when you install the latest May 2019 update/upgrade, it gives you the option to "pause updates" for at least 7 days. There are also a few other ways to prevent updates from installing when you're using the computer.....

But since Windows Updates include a number of updates that are security related and therefore are important to secure your computer, most feel it's important to download and install those updates.

Hope this helps.

Grif

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