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How to stop updates?

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Contra86

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I have an unusual and at the same time great job. My task is to control personnel through monitoring. I can do it in the office, I can do it at home - it's important that I see everything and report every dangerous situation. Generally, I have to watch the Go-Go club network. I make sure that the girls took off their bra during the dance and whether the clients' things are safe (theft happens). I'm not a regular monitoring like in supermarkets - I really do it well and pay me good for it. I have LCD TVs connected to my computer at home, the system is Windows 10. It happens that in the middle of the night the update starts, I restart my computer and I am blind for a few minutes. How do you turn off updates?

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Unfortunately you can't stop the updates. You can pause them for up to 7 days and you can tell the system when you normally use the computer.

The updates need to be done for security on your computer.

 

In the search bar at the lower left type in updates and then go to the update area to view what is available to you.


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