Configure automatic updating
However, you can set any connection like as a metered connection.
Next, expand the Windows Components object and click the Windows Update object to display the two configurable policies in the right-hand pane.Windows 10 will automatically download updates when you connect your device to an unmetered network, or when you set the network it’s connected to as unmetered again.And yes, Windows will remember this setting for each individual network, so you can disconnect from that network and reconnect all you like.To configure the new Windows 2000 Service Pack 3 (SP3) Automatic Updates feature through Group Policy, you first need to add the Windows Update Administrative Template.Open the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) Group Policy snap-in, expand the Computer Configuration object, right-click Administrative Templates, then select Add/Remove Templates.When you set a connection as “metered,” Windows 10 won’t automatically download updates on it.
Windows 10 will automatically set certain types of connections — cellular data connections, for example — as metered.
A package that provides // 'mailx' must be installed. "[email protected]" //Unattended-Upgrade:: Mail "root"; // Set this value to "true" to get emails only on errors.
Windows 10 will automatically check for new Windows Updates at the time you have set in automatic maintenance.
Then double-click on the Automatic Updates icon as designated by the blue arrow in the image above.
You should now see the Automatic Updates screen as shown below: Automatic Updates Screen In this screen you can configure how you want Automatic Updates to work in Windows XP.
Windows 10 PCs automatically check for updates and install any updates they find.