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It's like throwing darts blind-folded after you've been spun around, you might hit somewhere on the dart board, you might hit the wall, or your might hit your friend in the face (the dart board being the safe zone in this analogy). Lots of the most critical updates changing important system files is done at shutdown (log-off) and/or startup. at what percent do you warn your client that shutting down your computer while this update could corrupt windows or any file being saved for that matter?

Another one is the update half finishes and that update will neither remove easily nor can you re-install it. It's the same type of thing when you're saving data to a game, if you turn off the console while the data is updating the file, it could cause the bits of the data to become incomplete rendering your data unusable or corrupt. what about .01% chance of file corruption, I would still warn my clients.

You can set Windows to automatically install updates or ask you each time whenever a new update is available for download using its Settings.

Many times when Windows downloads updates, it needs to restart the computer to install those updates as the installation might require replacing of few system files which are currently in use by Windows.

Almost all Windows users use "Windows Updates" to download and install automatic updates for Windows released by Microsoft.

These updates fix security issues and improve stability and performance of your computer so its always advised to install all Windows updates regularly.

Then check your system's Event viewer for clues on what went wrong.

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I have had instances of an interrupted update where after you reboot (sometimes more than once) it will resume where it left off, or you'll have to start over.

In such condition, Windows automatically replaces "Shut Down" button present in Start Menu with "Install Updates and Shut Down" button which looks like following screenshot: The Windows shield icon near Shut Down button indicates that there are some updates waiting for installation and when you click on the button, it first installs those updates and then shuts down the system which might take lots of time. Now select AU key and in right-side pane create a new DWORD No AUAs Default Shutdown Option and set its value to 1 Now Windows will no longer overwrite Shut Down button in Start Menu with Install updates button and you'll get "Install updates and shut down" option in power options list which appears when you click on the little arrow given near the shut down button as shown in following screenshot: 7.

It might become a bit annoying if you are in hurry and want to shut down your system immediately without wasting your time in installing those updates and sometimes it gets worst when you accidentally click on the button in hurry. If you want to permanently remove this "Install updates and shut down" option, then create a new DWORD No AUShutdown Option and set its value to 1 It'll completely remove "Install updates and shut down" option from Start Menu.

Windows 7 sometimes tells us "Do not shutdown your computer" and wait for system updates to install. But what is the worst thing that can happen if I don't obey it and shutdown Windows 7 at the time? The absolute worst thing that 'could' happen is total data loss......

However, that's typically not the case and there are usually a lot 'fail safes' put in (so to speak) such that if a 'power failure' should happen (as would be the case in a forced shut down) you might have to do some basic system recover options (via F8 and 'safe mode') and possibly redo the updates, but usually nothing to worry about.