Shut Down without automatic installation Windows Updates (Windows Vista / Win7)

Shut Down without Automatically Installing Windows Updates - Windows View & Windows 7.

After some time show which settings Windows Update Center in . . With these settings the system can decide when the shares are updates available (to automatically download and install updatesAPIs - default option, to download Automatic updates available but to let us choose November updates that will be installed, Check if updates available and leave us to choose what updates will be Downloads si installed) Or we disable all updates (not recommended).

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both OS as well as Windows Vista si , updates are very importance. Through them are fixed error the system, incomatibilitati between applications, drivers and of course most updates are security.

If we default settings, updates will download and will install automatically (Install updates automatically) and when we want to shut the computer will have to wait a while to make installation and configuration. Button Shut down there is a yellow sign and the message "Install updates and the then shuts down your computer".

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To avoid installing updates on shutdown, we have two simple options.

The first option - Shut Down without installing updates.

1. Pressed CTRL + ALT + DEL and go to mouseThe down arrow next to Shut Down button the bottom right of the screen.

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2. Click on "Shut Down"To turn off the computer without installing the updates.

The second option - Shut Down without installing updates.

1. open and type:

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2. Enter.

This tutorial was made on Windows Vista Ultimate, but it is also valid for operating systems Windows NEVER. To disable the automatic installation of updates on operating systems Windows XP, see the tutorial: .

Stealth Settings - Shut Down without Automatically Installing Windows Updates - Windows View & Windows 7

Shut Down without automatic installation Windows Updates (Windows Vista / Win7)

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