How to turn Off Windows update using Group Policy in Windows
The real-time usage of software require that update is carried out from time to time in sustenance to the effective performance of the software. Operating system software is no stranger to this exercise and more so Windows.
Why update is essential
Advancement in development technology, changes in regulatory and computational protocols, improvement in system efficiency and bug fixes are some of the many reasons for update rollout.
The staggering thirst for update becomes mundane oftentimes resulting to ineffectiveness and unproductiveness of computer users as update procedures becomes repetitive within shorter duration which results in annoyance behaviors.
To this oddity is why this article came to be. Aiming at providing you the user with a way to disable or turn off the update feature and be in total control of how you want updates delivered.
The Group Policy feature
Group Policy is a Windows feature that contains a variety of advanced settings for managing high configuration usually very useful to system administrators in fleet management however, local Group Policy can also be used to adjust settings on a single computer. Lets get to it.
To turn off Windows update using the Group Policy, follow the video below.
This is a step-by-step guide on how to disable your Windows update in Windows 10. Doing this would increase your device speed if you need to worry about speed. Subscribe for more.
Minimum Windows10 OS version: 1809
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