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  • I found a link for you, which may assist you here. Instead of copying and pasting the content there, here is a direct link to a Windows Central article last updated 3 days ago.  I hope this helps!

    How to stop automatic updates on Windows 10

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  • You may be able to do this by tagging the connection as metered, Nd telling Windows not to update over metered connections.

    What is the purpose of doing this since this is how security updates and fixes are delivered?

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  • I would say the best way is to disable the windows update service. 

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  • kevinweller wrote:

    I would say the best way is to disable the windows update service. 

    And how does Windows should get updates from MS to not being vulnerable?

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  • Thank you for the replies but I am looking for a solution on windows 10 Home version. And on the issue of vulnerabilities do not worry, Please help me on this . Thank you 

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  • EminentX​ you would turn the service back on. Install the updates turn the service back off. You could probably script it. Not the best solution in the world but it would work.

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  • Hi Guys? I am still looking for a solution on how to disable automatic updates on *Windows 10 Home* 

    . I do not have problem with other version but this one seems there solution is hard to get.

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  • Three options have been recommended -- NoAutoUpdate, metered connections, and disabling the service.  Did you try them, restart the computer, and then what were the results?

    If NoAutoUpdate doesn't work in HKLM\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\WindowsUpdate on the home version then also try adding it to HKLM\Software\Microsoft\WindowsUpdate\UX\Settings instead.

    I'd prefer to defer feature and/or quality updates instead to disabling.  Use a 3rd party AV since Windows Defender will no longer be receiving updates.

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