Click on the download button to download and save the Windows Update to your computer.This way, you will be able to install the update manually on any one or more of your computers, as long as it applies to the installed operating system or software.But if your PC isn’t connected to the internet or for some other reason you want to manually install updates, you can do so by following the given below instructions.
Please be as detailed as possible in your answer and if you are referencing information, please provide the link. I'm not a real Techy, but I think the best way to combat this is to start your computer in 'Safe Mode' and Restore your system to an earlier date.
If you don't know how to start in 'Safe Mode', all you have to do is start up your computer and repeatedly hit the f8 button till it gives you the option to start in 'Safe Mode'I hope this helps Go to control panel, click on security center, go to automatic updates then change your preferences to notify me but don't automatically download or install them, which you should do anyways since you don't want all the downloads....unless you just really like SP3 or IE8 lol. It will not download or update unless you tell it to and which ones to update.
If you're like me and you've been perpetually putting off backing up your machine, you don't have any restore points to fall back on.
So you're probably going to be stuck doing a System Repair.
If you open its KB article page, you will see the download links for all operating system.
Select your operating system and click on the link to be taken to its download page.
With default settings, Windows Defender in Windows 10 and Windows 8.1 downloads and installs required updates once a day and doesn’t require manual intervention.
That is, Defender automatically checks for update and downloads updates, if available.
This new feature is actually pretty convenient for most users, but not everyone wants their operating system updated on Microsoft's schedule.