First, be aware that the update is only available if your computer has a licensed version of the operating system. Otherwise, only you can decide whether you want to look for updates and how they will help you work your system. If you got a good software, you need to remember the cases in which automatic update is required.
Among them are the following:
— your computer is a server;
— installed Service Pack 2 and below;
— stopped working some of the equipment;
— you are using Internet Explorer version 8 or lower.
In that case, if your personal computer has a weak CPU, but all the equipment is working properly and you are restricted to a limited traffic, to upgrade the operating system is not recommended because it can stop working as it was before the upgrade.
In addition, frequent fixes can add new bugs, and some of them are simply not compatible with the technical specifications of your computer. To disable the automatic updates service, go to properties of "My computer" and find the tab called "Automatic updates". Select "Disable" and click "Apply".
But after that the service still continues to work, so now you need to go to "control Panel" for your computer to completely disable the system updates. To do this in "control Panel", select "Manufacturer and service" where go to "Administration". There is the item "Service", which is open, you need to find "Automatic updates". Click on the service, right-click and select "Disable" that service has stopped working. If it is carried out the reinstallation of Windows, this procedure will need to repeat again.