2011年3月16日星期三

The system update is a very important

Windows 7 will not restart the system after updating

The system update is a very important feature in Windows and Windows7 is no exception. It can be repaired by installing the latest security patches and Bug to make your computer up to date and secure. Although this feature allows your computer away from any threat, but it also brought some trouble, especially when it is persistent in making the computer must be restarted to complete the critical updates, You can delay 4 hours to run it, but there is not an option to disable it. Fortunately, we found an effective way to solve this problem, and we can improve it through the Local Group Policy Editor of  Windows7.
Specific modifications are as follows:
1. Open the Start menu, enter "gpedit.msc" in the search bar and press Enter, then it will pop-up Local Group Policy Editor (Local Group Policy Editor) window.
2. In the left window, expand the Computer Configuration (Computer Configuration) -> Administrative Templates (Administrative Templates) -> Windows Components (Windows form), and select Windows Update.
3. In the right list, locate and double-click "No auto-restart with logged on users for scheduled automatic updates installations" option. And then change the state set from "Not Configured (not configured)" to"Enabled (enabled)"in the pop-up window, and finally click on OK, close the Local Group Policy Editor (Local Group Policy Editor) window.
After you complet the above operation, when Windows 7 will not reboot the system after you complete each update. Do you feel very happy by use this methods?

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