Restart without updating
It might become a bit annoying if you are in hurry and want to shut down your system immediately without wasting your time in installing those updates and sometimes it gets worst when you accidentally click on the button in hurry. If you want to permanently remove this "Install updates and shut down" option, then create a new DWORD No AUShutdown Option and set its value to 1 It'll completely remove "Install updates and shut down" option from Start Menu.
You can set Windows to automatically install updates or ask you each time whenever a new update is available for download using its Settings.If you believe your computer has a virus, make sure an antivirus program is installed in your computer and that the virus scanner definitions are up to date.Most computers today are designed to turn off or automatically reboot if the computer processor, video card, or other devices in the computer get too hot.You can disable this automatic restart feature by creating a new DWORD No Auto Reboot With Logged On Users and set its value to 1 NOTE: If you don't want to edit the Registry yourself and want a ready-made Registry script to do the task automatically, download following ZIP file, extract it and run the Disable. It looks like I should simply be able to click ‘update’ but I’m having a really hard time finding any documentation that says whether this is true.If activating a previous restore point does not work, or there are no restore points available to activate, you'll likely need to reinstall Microsoft Windows.
Almost all Windows users use "Windows Updates" to download and install automatic updates for Windows released by Microsoft.
To help determine if this is the case, try the steps below.
If the computer does not reboot after idling in CMOS and you have tried the other solutions on this page, you can try activating a previous restore point in Windows before the problem started to occur.
It’s a production server, so I have to schedule a maintenance if it needs a restart.
I don’t want to click ‘update’ to find the next message says ‘good, now please restart openfire’.
If you have updated drivers and removed any hardware that could be causing this issue and the random reboots continue to occur, it's possible that the memory is bad in the computer.