Before you get started, though, you should make sure that the device has the driver version you want installed and that everything’s working properly.
Your first step is finding the hardware IDs of the device for which you want to block updates. Hit Start, type “device manager,” and then press Enter or click the “Device Manager” entry.
You can get to the Control Panel quickly, by calling up the run box with the Win R shortcut and then typing "control" and hitting Enter. Once the System properties window opens, click on "Advanced system settings" on the left side of the window. Windows 10 should no longer "automatically" update your driver settings.
One of the Windows 10 related complaints I hear regularly on Super Site for Windows and through social media is the mandatory delivery of universal drivers through Windows Update.
We already know that OS updates are obligatory for all Windows Home users and can be deferred for different periods of time for those on Windows 10 Professional & Enterprise.
In Device Manager, find the device you want to block updates for.
Right-click the device and choose “Properties” from the context menu.