If you want to change your automatic update settings, here are the steps you need to take:
1. Open Settings on your computer. You can do this by clicking on the Start button, then selecting the gear icon on the left side of the Start Menu window.
2. Once in Settings, select “Update & Security” from the list of options on the left side of the window.
3. Now, click on “Windows Update” from the list of options on the right side of the window.
4. Here, you will see your current update settings. To change these, click on “Advanced Options” at the bottom of the window.
5. This will open up a new window that will allow you to customize your automatic update settings.
6. Under the “Choose how updates are installed” section, you will be able to choose whether to receive updates automatically, as soon as they are available, or up to several days later.
7. Under the “Restart options” section, you will be able to adjust the times and days during which Windows 10 can restart your computer to finish installing updates. You can also opt to receive notifications before it restarts.
8. Under the “Active hours” section, you can specify when Windows can install updates. You can select a custom range, or choose an 8-hour period.
9. Under the “Metered connections” section, you can select whether you want to receive updates over a metered connection or not.
10. Finally, under the “Delivery optimization” section, you can choose whether Windows 10 can use your computer to download and share updates with other computers on the internet.
Once you have made your selections, click on the “Check for updates” button at the top of the window, and Windows will check for the latest updates and apply any necessary changes according to the settings you have just selected.