Stop windows from updating
Windows 10 automatically checks for, downloads and installs new updates to your PC -- whether you like it or not.
This new feature is actually pretty convenient for most users, but not everyone wants their operating system updated on Microsoft's schedule.
The most obvious -- albeit laborious -- solution is to install updates at times when it's convenient for you.
If your main issue with Windows 10's automatic updates is the fact that your PC restarts at inopportune times, you're in luck: Windows 10 allows you to schedule restarts for a specific time.
So generally, you should either allow automatic update or update Windows 10 manually.
There are occasions, however, (like vacations), that you don’t really have the time to update, and pausing makes sense.
Of course, that’s not to say you should actually use it. This mostly happens when your Windows system is not able to install the updates correctly, or the updates are partially installed.In such a case, the OS finds the updates as missing and thus, continues to reinstall them.And therefore, every time you shut down or restart your Windows device, you see the same update being installed repeatedly.
The annoying part is that even after a successful Windows updates installation, your system automatically starts installing the same updates again as soon as you reboot or turn ON/OFF the system.Such issues with Windows updates may cause data loss due to a sudden system restart.