Then you get this lovely dialog: As if I needed another reason to hate dialog boxes. I want automatic updates, but I also want to restart my computer when I feel like it.
As you'll see below, there are a few other methods which have all worked for a period of time, but some users have said they no longer work.Never10 is the latest tool we're aware of that can disable the upgrade. You simply click a button and the necessary changes are made to your PC.Retail sales of Windows 7 ceased years back, and until now the only way to get a new PC with Windows 7 was from a manufacturer such as HP and Dell.Now, you won't find any PCs or laptops which offer a choice of Windows version when you first turn them on. You get two choices-- Restart Now, or Restart Later.
Is there any way to turn off this incredibly annoying nag dialog?
it is rare but I know when it's likely to happen,if checking for updates takes an abnormally long time (several minutes) to complete its check then there is a good chance that upon next restart this 'getting Windows ready' issue will occur.
It's as if the computer thinks there are updates and is waiting to install some when in fact none exist and it gets stuck in this phase. I think there is something in the automatic updates check that tries to happen silently in the background that can cause this.
Now to extend the size of Reserved Partition you must have some unallocated space or you have to create some. To create it, right-click on one of your partition (Excluding OS partition) and select Shrink Volume. Finally, right click on Reserved Partition and select Extend Volume. Restart your PC and this time there won’t be we couldn’t complete the updates, Undoing changes message.
https://catalog.update.microsoft.com/ (Link only work in Internet Explorer) 4. IMPORTANT: After you are able to log on to Windows try all the above-mentioned methods.
Navigate to Windows Update setting and right click then select Properties. Now click Stop and select Startup type to Disabled.