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, you can schedule a time to restart and finish installing updates.
By default, a auto-restart reminder notification will be shown 15 minutes prior to a scheduled restart.
If you like, you can set a policy to specify the amount of time you want prior to a scheduled restart to notify users.
This tutorial will show you how to specify the amount of time prior to a scheduled restart for Windows Update to show auto-restart reminder notifications in Windows 10.