You can schedule Windows 10 update downloads through the Windows Update settings. Here are the steps to follow:
1. Open the Settings app in Windows 10 and go to the “Update & Security” section.
2. Select the Windows Update tab on the left side of the window.
3. On the right side, you’ll find a section labeled “Advanced Options”.
4. Underneath this section, you will see an option that says “Choose how updates are delivered”. By default it is turned off, but if you click it you will be able to toggle the switch to turn it on.
5. Once you have turned on the toggle for “Choose how updates are delivered”, a new option will appear beneath called “Schedule downloads”. This is what we will use to set up the download schedule for Windows 10 updates.
6. Click the “Change” button located next to “Schedule downloads”.
7. In this newly opened window, you will be able to choose which days you want the downloads to take place, as well as the time of day. You can also set the amount of data you want to download in GB.
8. Once you have chosen your options, click “Save” and exit out of the window.
9. Now that your download schedule has been set up, Windows 10 will automatically download updates during the time frame you have specified. You will also see a notification when the download begins.
These are the steps you need to follow to set up a Windows 10 update download schedule. Scheduling your downloads will help ensure that your system is always running the latest version of Windows 10 and that your computer is secure. It also helps to make sure that you are getting the best performance out of your system with no slowdowns caused by pending updates.