You are probably aware by now, that Windows 10 does not allow users to turn off Windows Updates.
I have written about a clause in the EULA of Windows 10, which confirms this.
Microsoft released quite a number of updates last week, which annoyingly required restarts, and some of which failed to install too. And this didn’t stop over the weekend as the Redmond Company continued to roll out more updates. One of those, KB3074681 Windows Update is a perfect example of why forced updates are bad.
This buggy update caused Windows Explorer to crash, its not the File Explorer, I’m talking about the shell app embedded in the UI for components like the [...]