Just Imagine you’re working on an important document when Windows updates itself and inform you windows going to reboot. All the documents that you’re are going to waste there is no way to recover them.
But you don’t have to worry if you’re using Windows 10 then you can easily set schedule a more convenient time for the computer to reboot after updates.
How To Set Schedule For Rebooting Windows Update In Windows 10
In Windows 10 now you can easily set up a schedule to restarts for updates. Which save you from automatic windows update that sometimes makes you angry because you lost your important document and files because of the reboot.
Follow these below-given step-by-step guides to make a schedule when the windows update restart.
Step 1 :
Go the Start Menu and open “Settings”.
Step 2 :
Click on “Updates & Security”
Step 3 :
In the Windows Update tab, on the left side of the screen. Click on “Advanced Option”
Step 4 :
Select “Notify to schedule restart ” from the drop-down menu.
Step 5 :
Press, backspace button to go back. Where you can set up a schedule, select the restart time and enter the Time and Day. When you want to restart Windows updates.
One more thing, after complete these above steps you see a “Restart Now” link you can click on it because you’ve to restart your computer to complete this process.