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I also posted a little Power Shell script that allows you to quickly switch between the five (hidden) automatic update options.
In Windows 10 (final release), the Registry settings for automatic updates can be found here: HKLM: SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Windows Update\.
All of this, possibly even the edits for tweaking [regardless of how you do them], could possibly be scripted. I would imagine it's possible to unload the registry into a file of some sort.
All of this, possibly even the edits for tweaking [regardless of how you do them], could possibly be scripted. My customization script is currently 2,500 lines long (It caters for 10 PCs and each user has some personal preferences and software only they use) I shall do more research. So, I'll want to create an initial baseline registry Apply any updates Compare the registry with the base line Re-apply any settings Microsoft has undone on me.
If you really need to turn off automatic updates in Windows 10 Home, you can disable the Windows Update service as I described in my previous post.
Many of the changes are those that are applied from tools like Win Aero Tweaker, and others could have been set by group policy.
The script also runs Win Sat, backs up the registry and group policy settings, and cleans up the C:\ Drive (temp files, NVidia files left over from install etc).
Hello, I have customized Windows 10 installations and I run a post installation script which hardens Windows 10, installs a bunch of programs and customization's.
I've found that after some cumulative updates some of the registry settings, and IIRC, even a group policy setting or two are being reset.