These are the corporates and real-time users such as hospitals and ATMs etc.
Coming back to Home users and Professional users, there is not even the option to delay the updates.
The other ring of users are the enterprise users who will have the option to delay updates, so that they can hold it to the time when they are free.
Microsoft said it will push updates to such users less frequently, so that they are faced with a minimum down time.
They will be downloaded as soon as they are available.
Availability of Windows Updates for normal users means that the updates have already been tested by Windows Insiders.
Microsoft has explained that it will provide updates in two distinct methods for its two distinct types of clients.
First are the home users who will not have the option to defer upgrades.
There is no option to turn off Windows Updates using the Control Panel or Settings app in Windows 10, as it used to be with earlier versions of Windows.
After you turn on the Windows Update service, when you open Windows Update in PC Settings, you will see a message that updates were not installed because computer was stopped.
You will have to click on Retry so that all the available updates are downloaded and installed. You will have to keep on clicking “Check for updates” until it says your computer is up to date.
But there is a workaround to disable or turn off Windows Update in Windows 10, that we’ll talk about in this post.
First, let us take a look why people may want to turn off Windows updates.