Disable peerguardian before updating
While classic Control Panel is still present in Windows 10 and we need to navigate to the classic Control Panel to access many of the settings, some of the familiar Windows Update settings are neither present in the Control Panel nor available in Settings app.
In previous Windows versions, we could choose what updates are downloaded and installed.
The options for automatic updates are slightly different in the new version (5.0) of the Play Store.
We will show you how to do it in both the old and the new versions.
The “Allow automatic updating” check box is also available in the right pane.
If you select the “Allow automatic updating” check box so there is a check mark in the box, the following dialog box displays asking if you want to turn on auto-update for all apps.
Windows 8 regularly shows a notification message on the screen which asks you to go to Windows Store to download Windows 8.1 for free as shown in following screenshot: Once you click on "Go to the Store" button, it allows you to update to Windows 8.1 for free via Windows Store. Some users may not want to update their Windows 8 computer to Windows 8.1 for some reasons.
In such situations, the regular prompts to get Windows 8.1 for free might become annoying to them.
If you would rather review the updates and any new or changed permissions associated with the updates, you can choose to disable automatic updates.The left pane contains your list of “Installed” apps and “All apps”.The left pane contains buttons allowing you to “Open,” “Update,” or “Uninstall” the app.To turn off automatic updates in versions of the Play Store earlier than 5.0, touch the Play Store icon on your Home screen.In the Play Store, touch the menu button in the upper-left corner of the screen. The “Auto-update apps” option is in the “General” section of the “Settings” screen. Data charges may apply,” then your apps will be automatically updated.