Windows automatic restart somethings give a headache to the users. That headache can shift to mini cardiac arrest if the automatic restarts automatically when you are in the middle of preparing important documents, projects, or some products. In Windows 10 you can’t disable the automatic restart easily, it seems like there is no clear option in the stock. But, you can still stop the Windows 10 auto reboot for the installation of updates. For this purpose, you need to perform some tricks. Remember updates are important for yourself too, its better to update the Windows 10 in off-time.
How to Disable Windows 10 Automatic Restart
Infact, there are many ways to stop the Windows 10 auto reboot. We know a trick and we are going to guide you on how we do it on our computers. Let’s begin the guide section with the procedure which is performable through the enabling of Configuration Automatic Updates Policy
Disable Windows 10 Automatic Restart through Configuring Automatic Updates Policy
- Press Win + R to launch on Windows RUN on your computer.
- Type the “gpedit.msc” on the RUN and press enter.
- Windows Local Group Policy Editor will get open. At the left pane of appeared window follow the below sequence.
Computer Configuration –> Administrative Templates –> Windows Components –> Windows Update
- Open the Configure Automatic Updates –> Select Enabled –> click on Apply –> OK.
- Open the start menu and click on the gear icon.
- Click on Update & Security and then click on the Windows update option.
- “Some settings are managed by your organization” if you see that sentence it means changes are applied that you recently made. You may now click Check for Updates and the updates will be installed, Installation will start only if you click on Install Now.
- Now at the off time, you can click on Install Now and let the computer reboot.
That’s how you can stop the Windows 10 auto reboot. The risk of your Windows 10 computer closing down during work is minimized with this.