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You can’t permanently turn off automatic updates in Windows 10, but you can manage when your machine reboots after installing an update.
That way, you can at least make sure your machine doesn’t restart during your workday or at an inconvenient time.
The codes don’t tell you much by themselves, but they do include a lot of useful info if you hop online and consult Microsoft’s guide on the matter.
Below, we’ve included a table highlighting some of the more common errors.
Have all the automatic checks and codes failed you?
It’s time to go back to the tried-and-true methods, the tricks that have been solving update errors since the update was first invented. This is a surprisingly effective method that will solve a host of computer issues — and it often works for Windows Update.
Double-check that you have at least 10GB of free space.
Here’s how: Step 1: Go to or search for , which will let you set a start and end time for when restarts will occur.
Keep in mind that this doesn’t change when updates are installed, but only when your machine will automatically restart — and then, only when you’re not actively using it.
Select your preferred times, and click Step 5: Finally, you can pause system upgrades temporarily for up to 7 days.
Keep in mind that there are separate settings for major updates, like the May 2019 Update, and for quality updates like security updates.
This could mean that the upgrade process was interrupted because you accidentally restarted your PC or signed out of your PC.