Microsoft has made it easier for Windows Update to keep Windows 10 updated by automatically downloading and installing the latest features and improvements, drivers, and hotfixes released by Microsoftâ€”and with fewer interruptions and restarts when you’re using your PC the most. The latest updates will automatically download and install when theyâ€™re available. (Unless youâ€™re on a metered connection, then updates wonâ€™t download until you manually check for updates.)
When a restart is required to install updates, the auto-restart required notification is displayed. By default, the notification is automatically dismissed after 25 seconds. If you like, you can enable a policy to require user action to dismiss the notification. This will help make sure users see the notification to restart, and save their work first.
This tutorial will show you how to require user action to dismiss the auto-restart required notification for Windows Update in Windows 10.