The Windows Update feature allows security updates to be delivered to your computer automatically.Microsoft is continually updating its programs to deal with ongoing virus and security threats.If you do not have a System and Security option in the Control Panel, follow these steps instead.Note: It is important that you do not shut your computer off or allow it to run out of battery during the update process.Doing so can cause a corruption of the operating system, which can often only be fixed by reformatting the computer.
Many people have reported issues with Windows Update in Windows 10.Also, many of the hiccups happen when installing Windows 10 in the first place or with incompatibilities with new hardware or other manufacturers' software, which can often not be fixed if only a few people are affected.Here’s a list of some of Windows 10’s biggest problems and how to fix them when they rear their head.While Windows updates provide a valuable service, sometimes they are inconvenient. If you are using Windows XP, type in "net stop wususerv" and click "OK." This will stop the update.If you need to stop a computer update, it is easy to do. The Windows key is on the right hand side of your keyboard between CTRL and Alt. Type "CMD" in the text box if you are running Vista or Windows 7, which will open the command screen on your computer. Type the following command:net stop "windows update"Press your enter key to stop the update process.