There are always updates from Windows every month. Some of these include security as well as other programs. And the worst part is that there is no notification that the system appears when it tries to download the update.
Julybe it doesn’t matter if you’re in the WiFi area, but it’s different if you’re still using a modem, of course the data quota will be drained due to the download. And by default, Windows too no provides an option for automatic updating.
But thankfully in Windows 10 there is an option to postpone or do it pause to the update. So that during the specified time, the computer or laptop that you are using will not receive Windows Update.
How to Delay Windows Update on Windows 10
Windows provides a seven-day option to delay Windows Update, but you can also set it up to a month. And here’s how to do it:
Open Windows search and type Windows Updatethen ENTER.
Then click on options Pause updates for 7 days.
To change the snooze period, please click the option Advanced Options.
Scroll down and find the section Pause Updates and please set the delay timeout.
During the delay process, the system will not download automatically if there is a Windows Update available. But the system will immediately download the whole thing when the delay has ended.
And you can also extend the delay time by resetting on Advanced Options. But also know, by delaying the number of updates, the download process will certainly get bigger later.
Also read: Powerful Tips to Speed Up Windows 10 Update
Resuming Pending Windows Updates
In addition to delaying it, you can also continue Windows Update which is still long pending. So for example you want to continue now, all it takes is to click the button
Resume on the Windows Updates page.
After that the system will immediately check for updates and start to download them right away.
Overall, you can delay the update and also resume it again. It is very suitable to be applied if you are using data quota and not using WiFi. Because sometimes the size of Windows Update can be very large depending on the type of update.
Hopefully useful and good luck