Forced restart after an update.


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    Forced restart after an update.


    I don't want answers because I know why this is happening. I want only to tell this: people HATE forced restart after a FORCED update. How on Earth canīt you comprehend this fact after so many years? In a middle of my work my computer suddenly restart without such a simple option as "RESTART LATER". Donīt do that. STOP IT !!! People hate it. And if it is not enough, the update freezes at 43%. Why not? Is it not fun? For you maybe, for me NOT! After so many years. I donīt get it. If I could, I'd throw your Windows out the window.
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    windows 10 professional version 1607 build 14393.969 64 bit
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    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
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    zlostnypopolnik said:
    I don't want answers because I know why this is happening. I want only to tell this: people HATE forced restart after a FORCED update. How on Earth canīt you comprehend this fact after so many years? In a middle of my work my computer suddenly restart without such a simple option as "RESTART LATER". Donīt do that. STOP IT !!! People hate it. And if it is not enough, the update freezes at 43%. Why not? Is it not fun? For you maybe, for me NOT! After so many years. I donīt get it. If I could, I'd throw your Windows out the window.
    I hear you and I've seen situations that you mention umpteen times.

    But in each one of the cases I've been called in for I was able to track why "middle of my work my computer suddenly restart without such a simple option as "RESTART LATER"
    --- I haven't seen a case yet in which by this time that a user hasn't been notified before-hand but the notification was ignored: "too busy", "not now", "what's that all about" and I could go on and on: but the bottom line is the day comes that what you experienced happens.
    --- Fortunately in my case, the people I help where I volunteer get the benefit of hands on training about "too busy", "not now", "what's that all about" etc. that takes only about 10 minutes that includes written instructions that they can relate to.
    --- May I suggest when you get the first signs of Windows Updates especially the cumulative updates that are due the 2nd Tue of each month (some users aren't aware of that until Wed) schedule the update for a time at night or during the day when you don't have to be on the computer and let it rip. What do you have to lose by adjusting to a similar plan that suits your schedule?
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  4. CountMike's Avatar
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    W10 Insider + Linux
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    There are no forced updates and even less of forced restarts for me. There are many built in ways to prevent it.
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  5. Brink's Avatar
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    64-bit Windows 10 Pro for Workstations build 19635
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    zlostnypopolnik said:
    I don't want answers because I know why this is happening. I want only to tell this: people HATE forced restart after a FORCED update. How on Earth canīt you comprehend this fact after so many years? In a middle of my work my computer suddenly restart without such a simple option as "RESTART LATER". Donīt do that. STOP IT !!! People hate it. And if it is not enough, the update freezes at 43%. Why not? Is it not fun? For you maybe, for me NOT! After so many years. I donīt get it. If I could, I'd throw your Windows out the window.
    If you like, you could disable automatic updates in Windows 10 so you can check for, install, and restart when you're ready to.

    Enable or Disable Windows Update Automatic Updates in Windows 10
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