How can I stop Windows from automatically rebooting after a Windows Update

Stop windows automatically reboot after windows update

How to Stop windows automatically reboot after windows update

Try this Method to Stop Windows from automatically rebooting after a Windows Update

 Click On Start Menu >> Click On Run Button
 In the Open Box type regedit & then Press Enter

Caution : Incorrect Registry Editing can cause serious problems.

 Please be careful while editing registry or contact our supoprt team to fix it remotley
 Find the path
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE >> SOFTWARE >> Policies >> Microsoft >> Windows >> WindowsUpdate >> AU using the folders on the left pane.
 Once you have located this path look for an entry called NoAutoRebootWithLoggedOnUsers.
 If you see this entry listed then skip the next step.

Add the entry NoAutoRebootWithLoggedOnUsers by right clicking an open area below the listed

 entries and then select NEW >> DWORD value.
 Type in NoAutoRebootWithLoggedOnUsers and press Enter.
 Set the value of the NoAutoRebootWithLoggedOnUsers entry to 1 by double clicking the
 NoAutoRebootWithLoggedOnUsers entry and entering a 1 in the Value data field.
 Click OK. and Close the Registry Editor and Restart Windows for the changes to take effect

Stop windows automatically reboot after windows update

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