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Nov 3, 2011

How to Disable Windows 7 Auto-Update Restart

The auto-update feature in Windows 7 is a great convenience. Windows 7 auto update feature secures your PC with maximum security and also fixes the bugs.  Installing automatic updates as they become available helps to keep your computer secure and up to date with the latest bug fixes and security patches. However, it may be annoying sometimes, when you have to restart your PC for successful installation of Windows updates. You should have this option enabled, but it can be annoying when Windows repeatedly nags you to reboot your computer after an update. You can easily disable this Microsoft windows auto update feature by following few simple steps. If you find some difficulties while performing any of the below mentioned steps on your own, then you can also take help from  online technical support  at their Toll Free No +1-877-452-9201 For US/CA.

Steps to Disable Windows 7 Auto-Update Restart

•    Click the Windows “Start” menu. Type "gpedit.msc" (without quotes) in the Search box and press “Enter.” The Local Group Policy Editor launches.


•    Click “Computer Configuration” on the left side of the window. Click “Administrative Templates” and then click “Windows Components.” Scroll down and select “Windows Update.”


•    Double-click the option for "No auto-restart with logged on users for scheduled automatic update installations."



•    In the Properties window that appears, change the option from "Not Configured" to "Enabled." Click "OK" and close the Local Group Policy Editor window. You will no longer be prompted to restart your computer after Windows installs auto-updates.



1 comments

charm November 8, 2011 at 3:20 PM

And this how the whole thing goes. Very well defined and stated. This will surely be a great help for those who are having trouble with Windows 7 Auto-Update Restart. Your article surely counts!
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