Cannot restart automatic updating
If I make any I keep a running log of what I did (including the actual file that did it and could be used to do it again) and the reason I did it.The need for certain things come into and out of existence over time, or at least that's been my experience. I use my PC for rendering animations, and last night I set if off render, ready for the morning, and guess what's happened?!So is there a way to DISABLE the restarting of Windows 10?It's not like it even monitors activity, and decides that the PC is idle.When I'm rendering the PC uses 100% CPU power, not like a background activity.
I am not sure if you mean what you typed, but the fewer active hours you have the more inactive hours you have, and it is only during inactive hours that automatic restarts are even permitted.
That way you can choose to restart yourself, before inactive hours start, and avoid the problem entirely.
I know of no way to make the restart process in response to updates that require one entirely manual.
I understand what you're saying, but even on Windows Home you can set things up where you will be notified that a restart is scheduled and given the option to defer it (up to three times).
Also, over the course of the decades I've been working with Windows, small registry tweaks have been necessary to get some more esoteric forms of control.I'm not looking for the time to restart, but rather a way to disable it, and manually restart when convenient.