Windows 10 provides users with a convenient way to keep their operating system up to date. The automatic updating feature in Windows 10 makes it easy for users to stay current by automatically downloading and installing the latest Windows updates, security patches, and other bug fixes.
To turn on the automatic update feature in Windows 10, you need to complete the following steps:
1. Open the Windows Settings app by pressing the Windows key + I on your keyboard.
2. In the Settings app window, locate the ‘Update & Security’ section and then click on it.
3. Under the ‘Update & Security’ section, select the ‘Windows Update’ tab.
4. In the Windows Update tab, click the ‘Advanced Options’ link.
5. Under the ‘Advanced Options’, locate the ‘Automatic Updates’ section and then turn it to On.
Once the Automatic Updates option is turned on, your Windows 10 device will begin automatically downloading and installing the latest updates, patches, and bug fixes. This will help ensure that your device is always running the latest, most secure version of Windows 10.
It is important to note that when the Automatic Updates option is enabled, your Windows 10 device will periodically check for and download any available updates. To avoid using excess data, you can also configure your device to only check for updates at certain times or days of the week. To do so, navigate back to the ‘Advanced Options’ page under the ‘Update & Security’ section and select the ‘Schedule Restarts’ button. From here, you can customize the time period during which your device will seek out updates for download and installation.
By taking a few simple steps, you can easily enable the automatic updates feature in Windows 10 to help ensure your device is always running the latest version of the operating system. With this feature enabled, you will no longer have to worry about manually checking for, downloading, and installing updates.