A couple of days ago I was in a hurry and needed some information from my PC. When I turned it on it decided to update and while it seemed like forever since I was in a hurry it probably only took about five minutes to complete the process. This is not the first time this has happened to me. I was making a presentation to a club when I was asked a question. To answer it I needed to turn on my laptop and demonstrate the solution using software I had installed on the laptop. Again Windows decided to take that moment to update and this time the process took at least 10 minutes while it downloaded and installed files then restarted itself and the process continued after the restart. Very annoying. Fortunately I was not in a business environment where I was running late for a meeting or attempting to show something important to a client.
How can I make windows updates work like they did in Windows 7 where Windows would notify me updates were available and I could choose the ones I wanted to install and when the update would actually occur?