Warning: You may need to disable your antivirus program's real-time feature each time Windows boots again after your post-update-installation restart since some AV programs will only keep the protection off until a reboot.
“What we heard back most explicitly was that you want more control over when Windows 10 installs updates,” admits John Cable, Microsoft’s Windows director of program management.
“We also heard that unexpected reboots are disruptive if they happen at the wrong time.” To stop these random reboots, Microsoft is adding a new snooze option that appears in a new prompt to let you know there’s a Windows 10 update available.
Fortunately, there are some really simple things you can do to minimize the chance that a patch from Microsoft will do more harm than good: Tip: If it's too late and the damage is done, see How to Fix Problems Caused by Windows Updates for help., restarting your computer after each one is applied.
While I realize this might be time-consuming, this method prevented almost every Patch Tuesday issue I've ever experimented with.
Until the update is completed, this process will remind you that a newer secure version is available for your system.
You should leave this process running in order to ensure getting the latest secure Java version.
By enabling your system to check for the latest version, you keep your system secure with the latest patch updates.
We strongly recommend that you do not disable the update feature.
Instead, change preferences for how often you'd like to be notified of newer versions.
The default setting is to notify on a weekly basis.
For weekly updates, you can select the day of the week and the time of the day.