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How To Get Windows 10 To Stop Asking To Update

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Windows 10 is a fantastic operating system, and Microsoft keeps improving it by presenting supreme updates. Updates are a fundamental piece of your system, for security and stability reasons. In any case, the Windows 10 system of compelled resuscitates has gotten a topic of conversation and one of its most un-upheld features. 

While Microsoft wants to make Windows 10 more beneficial by pushing updates, compelled updates may have caused problems for users. Luckily, you can set Windows 10 to stop asking to update.

Related: 2018-11 update for windows 10 version 1803 for x64-based systems (kb4023057) – error 0x80070643

Method 1

Disable windows update service 

  1. AT FIRST TYPE services.msc in the search bar 
  2. After selecting the services app, scroll down and find out Windows update 
  3. Double click on windows update to open and click on stop. 
  4. Select the ‘disable’ option from startup type. 
  5. Then click on the ‘apply’ button and ‘ok’ to save the settings. 

 Method 2

 You need to change the settings of the group policy editor 

  1. Type ‘gpedit.msc’ in the search bar 
  2. Select gpedit
  3. Go to computer configuration then select administrative templates, then windows components, and press on windows update 
  4. Select ‘standard’ and double click on ‘configure automatic updates’
  5. Disable ‘configure automatic updates on the left. 
  6. Then click on the ‘apply’ button and ‘ok’ to save the settings. 

Method 3 

Before following these steps, you need to know that editing the registry is risky, which can cause irreversible damage to your installation if you don’t do it correctly.

  1. Type ‘regedit’ in the search bar 
  2. Select ‘HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE’  then ‘SOFTWARE’  then Policies then Microsoft than Windows 
  3. Right-click on ‘Windows’ and go to ‘New’ then click on ‘Key’ 
  4. New folder will open and save the new key name as ‘WindowsUpdate’ and press enter. 
  5. Once you have saved ‘WindowsUpdate’, then right-click on it, and again create a new key. 
  6. Name the new key as ‘AU’ and press enter. 
  7. Right-click on the blank on the right side of the windows.
  8. Then go to ‘new’ and select ‘DWORD(32-bit) value’.
  9. Create a ‘new key’.
  10. Save the new key as ‘NoAutoUpdate’
  11. Double click the newly created key and change its value from 0 to 1.

The following steps should stop you from asking to update your Windows.

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