You can disable the Windows 10 Security Updates on all your PCs, laptops, and tablets in just one step.
The process takes a bit of work, but it can be done.
We’ve put together a step-by-step guide that will show you how to disable the security updates for each of the four major OS versions.
You can also uninstall and reinstall the updates manually.
Read more >Windows 10 HomeFirst, let’s disable the two major security updates: Windows 10 Home for Business and Windows 10 Enterprise.
We’ll also be disabling the Windows Update feature, but not for the first time.
Instead, we’ll be disabling Windows Update for Business, as well as the Windows Updates for Windows and Windows Updates, for the following reasons:The Windows 10 Business and Enterprise updates are not affected by the two other updates.
That means that you won’t have to worry about Windows Updates failing to download and install if you’re running the version of Windows you want.
You’ll still have to update your existing software if you want to disable security updates.
However, if you are on a version of Microsoft Windows that is running the same operating system that the new Windows 10 will be available on, then the only changes you’ll need to make are to remove the updates.
We recommend that you remove all previous versions of Windows before you do this.
For example, if Windows 10 was installed in 2016 and you wanted to remove all the previous versions, you’d have to uninstall the previous version of the operating system first, remove the Windows updates, and reinstalling the Windows update.
The first step is to remove your existing Windows installations and reinstate them.
To do this, open Control Panel, go to System, and then Control Panel.
Under Windows Update, choose Windows Update.
The next step is similar to disabling the updates, except that you’ll be prompted to install the updates as a part of the regular update process.
Once you’ve selected the desired version of updates, click Next.
After the updates have been installed, you’ll now have to restart your computer for the new updates to take effect.
When the restart is complete, your computer should be set to allow updates for that version of its operating system.
You can also click Restart Now to start the update process again.
The Windows Update process will start, and you’ll see the new version of security updates automatically downloaded to your system.
The first time you restart your system after the update has been installed is recommended, as it’s a great way to test the security update.