Its implementation is somewhat controversial; some feel that a simpler mechanism such as plain text files used in other OS’s would be more robust.
The reality is that most registry related issues are due to the data stored in the registry and not the fault of the registry itself.
If you don’t know the answer to that, you should — Windows Update keeps Windows, Internet Explorer, and Microsoft Office up-to-date with the latest security patches and bug fixes The code that makes up the Windows operating system contains security loop holes, errors, incompatibilities, or outdated software elements. Security patches and updates fix the vulnerabilities..., ensuring your computer is as secure as possible.
However, Windows Update can also cause problems — particularly by nagging you to reboot when you’re trying to use your computer and automatically restarting your computer overnight.
While Windows Update can be obnoxious, it keeps your computer secure and is well worth using.
It can also be made less obnoxious with a few quick settings changes.
You should also set the group policy "Enabling Windows UPM to automatically wake up the system to install scheduled updates" to DISABLED.
If you don't, Windows will sometimes start your computer when it's off (hibernating), install updates, and turn off again, causing you to lose your hibernation state.
The registry is designed to securely support several multi-user and enterprise-wide features, and do so in as fault-tolerant a way as possible.
The update cannot be stopped KB3081424 and this leaves system stuck in an endless Windows 10 reboot loop.
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I knew Windows 10 had gotten more aggressive about updates but today it took over and restarted in the middle of a live presentation!
It suddenly announced ‘I’m restarting at 12PM save your work.’ I went into settings and couldn’t uncheck the time and set a new one. I was ‘dark’ more than ten minutes during my presentation.