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Disabling "Restart Now" Windows message after automatic OS updates

, 22 Jan 2013 CPOL 11K 3
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Are you annoyed of the "Restart now" message in Windows? Here is a solution for that.

Introduction

There are so many ways to disable the annoying "Restart Now" message. Here is one solution to disable it.

Solution  

Go to Start menu Run option and type "net stop wuauserv" or stop the automatic update service after the update from the task bar. You will be happy now Smile | <img src=

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This article, along with any associated source code and files, is licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

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Vinod Viswanath
Engineer GE Oil & Gas
India India
Vinod is Microsoft Certified Professional in WebDev 4, And Lead Engineer by profession. He has more than 8+ yrs of experience in IT industry working on Microsoft Technologies. Prefer to be judged not on his job title but by ability to do a good job of what he is supposed to do.

Technical experience most specifically C#,Ado.Net,Asp.Net, WCF, Sql Server,JavaScript,XML,Web services.

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QuestionDoes this stops only the restart message or the whole "Windows Update Service"? Pin
Thanasis I.22-Jan-13 15:09
memberThanasis I.22-Jan-13 15:09 

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