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    You can prevent Windows 10 from automatically restarting your PC to install updates while you're using it. In this guide, we show you how.
    One of Windows 10's most annoying features is its ability to install updates when you're actively using your device, which could cause you to lose unsaved work and valuable time when working on a tight schedule.
    Although you can't completely disable automatic updates (at least not using the Settings app), Windows 10 includes "active hours," which is a feature designed to make updates a little less intrusive by letting you specify a period when you're likely to be working on your device. If an update is pending, restarts will happen outside your active hours.
    In this Windows 10 guide, we walk you through the steps to configure active hours to make sure that your computer doesn't suddenly reboot in the middle of your work to apply updates.

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    08-29-2018 07:10 AM

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