Download Auto Reboot Remover from Intelliadmin This hack should work for the professional or business editions of XP, Vista, or even Windows Server.I’d be interested to hear your feedback in the comments.The real problem comes into play when Windows gets tired of reminding us and says that the computer is going to reboot in 5 minutes, and the only way you can prevent the inevitable is to temporarily disable Windows Update.There’s a couple of ways that we can disable this behavior, however.You’ll still get the prompt, but it won’t force you to shut down.This trick should work for all versions of Windows as far as we know.Just by turning off auto update and reading what the updates are for every time can give you invaluable info on what M$ is doing.The reason M$ suggests auto update is on is because they don't want you to know how unsecure this thing is. I installed Ubuntu about 3 months ago and am finding that I boot Vista less and less. What it boils down to is that if you don't know what your doing, you get what you deserve.
Manual Registry Hack Open up through the start menu search box or run dialog, and navigate down to the following key, creating new keys if they don’t exist.
Downloadable Registry Hack Just download and extract the registry hack files and double-click on WUNo Auto to disable automatic reboots. Download WUNo Auto Reboot Registry Hack Using Auto Reboot Remover Utility If you’d rather not mess with the registry, you can use a small utility created by the guys at Intelliadmin which will make the changes for you.
Just make sure you right-click and run as administrator if you are using Vista.
I run it at a high performance output all day and at night I let it catch up to me at a more efficient pace.
Reimage, thanks for tweaking my pc to a pristine condition.
We’ve all been at our computer when the Windows Update dialog pops up and tells us to reboot our computer.