Tips for restarting after Win7 system update is completed


When using the Win7 system, you will always encounter an official patch upgrade. We can keep your computer up to date and safe by installing security patches and fixing the latest bugs. Although this feature can keep your computer away from any common threats, it also brings some troubles, especially when it stubbornly makes the computer have to be restarted to complete important updates, you can postpone it for 4 hours. , but there is no option to disable it. Now we have found an effective way to solve this problem, which is to improve it by [local group policy editing].

The specific modification method is as follows:

1. Open the start menu, type "gpedit.msc" in the search bar and press Enter, then pop up the Local Group Policy Editor. Window;

2. Expand Computer Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Windows Components and select Windows Update on the left side of the window.

3 In the list on the right, find and double-click the "No auto-restart with logged on users for scheduled automatic updates installations" option, change the status setting in the pop-up window, and change "Not Configured" to "Enabled". (Enable), and finally click OK to close the Local Group Policy Editor window.

After the above steps, Win7 will not restart the system every time it is updated.

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