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Enable Automatically Adjust Active Hours in Windows 10

Windows 10 now includes the Active Hours feature, that allows the user to customize the time during which you are expected to be using your PC. No updates will be installed, and no restarts will be scheduled during those hours, so it seems to be a way to keep the user in control. Starting with Windows 10 build 18282, Windows can automatically adjust active hours for you based on your device activity.

Windows 10 build 14361 comes with Active Hours feature

Windows 10 Anniversary Update includes a new feature, which allows the user to customize "active hours" during which you are expected to be using your PC or phone. No updates will be installed, and no restarts will be scheduled during those hours, so it seems to be a way to keep the user in control although the OS still doesn't let you manually install updates. With Windows 10 build 14361, Microsoft has refined this feature.

Change Windows Update Active hours in Windows 10

Windows 10 now includes a new feature, which allows the user to customize "active hours" during which you are expected to be using your PC or phone. No updates will be installed, and no restarts will be scheduled during those hours, so it seems to be a way to keep the user in control although the OS still doesn't let you manually install updates. Let's see how to change Windows Update Active hours in Windows 10.

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