Windows 10 updated to AU itself?

  1.    26 Sep 2016 #1

    Windows 10 updated to AU itself?

    I did not expect this to happen. I didn't even sign up for the Insider Program and my OS suddenly updated. Is there anything to do so I could've avoided this?

    Will report some problems in softwares that I use in here.
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  2.    26 Sep 2016 #2

    Updates are normal. They happen routinely. If you search the web and look at the tutorial section here you can find ways to delay, disable, schedule restarts etc, even perhaps set them only to notify you of an impending update.

    Settings includes scheduling restarts, and now active hours - which allows you only 12 hours in which to specify the system is note to restart. Hmm.

    Setting your connection to 'metered' is a widely reported fudge to stop updates.

    You have 10 days to roll back if you wish.
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