The only way to know for sure your motherboard make is to pop off the side panel or open the case and take a peek.
It is essential that you do it mistake free if you still want to be able to use your computer.
For the purposes of this article I am going to assume that you understand the risks of flashing your BIOS and have a good reason for upgrading your existing BIOS.
There are times when you really want to keep using your PC, and not let Windows 10 restart it to finish the job.
Just ask this pro gamer who had a Twitch stream ruined right in the middle of a gaming session watched by 130,000 followers. You may be tempted to disable automatic updates or Windows Update altogether, but that is obviously not ideal.
Select the tab labelled ‘Internet Time' and click ‘Change settings'.
If you're not set up to synchronise with an internet time server, you can select one here.
However, you can control when Windows 10 can automatically install updates. With the introduction of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, Microsoft is giving you the option to set active hours, a time-frame when you are most likely to be using the PC, and choose a restart time to let Windows 10 finish installing updates.
Here is how those two features work and can be set up.
Make sure the box next to ‘Synchronize with an Internet time server' is selected before you press Ok.