Because I don't like to take chances on Windows Updates being needed while I'm bringing my computer to school or work, I sometimes do Windows Updates manually at convenient times so it won't interfere.
Today, it occurred to me that I didn't need my Win 10 laptop for much, so it'd be a good time to do updates. When I go to the "Windows Updates" tab within Settings, the right column says:
Updates are available.
Downloading updates 0%
But it just sits there and 0% doesn't start counting upward.
If I click on update history, it says that it did a number of updates four weeks ago.
I could see that there might not be anything new for it to upload in only four weeks,
but the concern is that it says "updates are available" yet the 0% never goes up
and the bar above it stays gray (I would think that's a status bar that should change; not certain;
I'm simulating it above using underscores, but it's thicker than that).
Is the "Updates are available" line just wrong?
If not, why are no updates downloading and installing?
I've checked it both within the "Active hours" and outside; no difference.
Side note: I can't change the active hours. It says 8-to-5. If I change the number from 8 to 9,
it sets back to 8 as soon as I click off the number (either onto the form or by clicking save).
So I can't change the active hours at all.