Between the hours you choose, Windows won’t automatically restart.
And even outside those hours, it will check to see if you’re using your computer and warn you of the impending shut down.
Windows 10 64bit seems to have a mind of it's own when it comes to installing AMD Graphics Drivers, especially if I am installing older versions of AMD Crimson Re Live.
I have hit cases where I uninstall AMD Driver, reboot, run amdcleanuputility.exe, reboot, download and install a particular AMD Driver, reboot, only to find that I have a different version of the AMD Driver installed than I intended or a "mish mash" of driver components.
Click on this and you won’t have to worry about updates for a while.
Hello, I have been having some fun installing latest AMD Graphics Drivers on Windows 10 64 Bit OS recently.
Here is a picture: Once you have done that and you install AMD Crimson Relive version you want, make sure to double check the software version you have is correct in the following Overview TAB, I also suggest you check the Software Tab in detail as well. The other better workaround is stay on Windows 8.1 64bit, in which case you will have to purchase an Nvidia Card, or longer term move from Windows 10 64bit to Linux.
Hello guys, as the title says how do I stop windows from updating? I currently have the version 1607,reverted from 1709 because it has problems with games ( stutters and stuff) I really want to remain at this version of windows and I want to cancel any future updates?
To enable the feature go to the Start Menu and type Settings, then select the top option.
From Settings go to Advanced Options and there you’ll find the Defer Upgrades tick box under the Choose How Updates are Installed section.
You know what really surprised me about this whole Wanna Cry ransomware problem? Not the breadth of organisations it took offline either and no, not even that so many of them hadn't applied a critical patch that landed a couple of months earlier.
It was the reactions to this tweet that really surprised me: When you position this article from a year ago next to the hundreds of thousands of machines that have just had their files encrypted, it's hard to conclude that it in any way constitutes good advice.
They’re more services than software, and although Windows has always had fairly regular updates, Windows 10 has been unpopular with users because Microsoft really forced those updates out and restarted PCs even if you were in the middle of something.