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From Settings, tap or click on Update & security. Choose Windows Update from the menu on the left, assuming it's not already selected. Tap or click on the Advanced options link on the right, which will open a window headlined Choose how updates are installed.How do you change security settings?
Click the Help & Settings menu, and then click Settings. In the left pane, click Privacy & security. Click Online security, and then click Change your security settings. Click the zone that you want to set the security level for. Under Security level for this zone, click Default Level to use the default security level for the zone.How do I change the Windows Update settings?
Follow these steps to change Windows Update settings: Open the Windows Control Panel, and then click System and Security. Click Windows Update. The Windows Update window appears. In the left pane, click Change Settings. The Change Settings window appears. Never Check for Updates (Not Recommended).What are the security settings for Windows 10?
Accessing security settings in Windows 10. The easiest way to reach security settings is to press the Windows key and then click or tap Settings. If you've been to this section before, you'll return to where you left off. To get back to the home window, click the gear icon in the upper left-hand corner. Then click Update and Security.