Updates are easy, free way to help keep your computer/laptop safer and running smoothly. It's called Windows Update. All you have to do is turn it on, and then you'll get the latest security and other important updates from Microsoft support automatically.You can also stop windows auto update feature.
But sometime when an update may install improperly or may conflict with a software application that's already been installed. You can fix this by reverting your computer to a time before the update or patch was installed using system restore feature. System restore helps you restore your computer's system files to an earlier point in time so that you no need to windows repair, anytime when you find anonymous error from windows automatic updates. Find easy steps-
Step1: First login your system with administrator account, and then go to 'Start->All Programs->Accessories->System Tools->System Restore'.
Step2: After this select the "Restore My Computer to an Earlier Time" option and then click on 'Next' button.
Everytime when you are searching for new updates for your windows system, create a system restore point. Also find here easier tips to download critical Microsoft windows updates.
Step3: First select a restore point before applying updates. After select restore point then click on 'Next' button.
Step4: Now a new pop-up window will be open that will appear listing the changes that will be made. After pop-up window, click on 'OK' button.
Step5: Now new window page 'Confirm Restore Point Selection' page will be open and then click on 'Next' button.
This will start system restore automatically, and after that restart your PC when it is finished. But you can also stop Windows rebooting after automatic updates.
Now after restart system, once again your system with administrator account. And new you ready to find latest windows update for make your system robust & updates with new supported files.
Note: Because you had already made system restore point, so you no need to worry that updates can raise problem in your system. You are able to restore your system to earlier configuration and setting.