Computer keeps updating

I was pretty excited with the prospect of working week in week out with Microsoft’s latest OS and my expectations were sky high.Windows 10 might be the most prettiest of the lot but unfortunately it is plagued by bugs and one of them is it recursively installing the same update over and over again.My PC has restarted like 5 times in the past 5 hours. Thing is every time it restarts nothing is downloaded and it just does it all over again like 15 minutes later. it restarts at 9am then does it again at like 10am then 11am always putting the new time in the schedule for a restart. I removed everything so only windows 10 was installed on my system. In the command window, type sfc /SCANNOW, press enter and let that run. If you get the error above when trying to run SFC, then in the same command window, try running: DISM /online /cleanup-image /checkhealth then DISM /online /cleanup-image /scanhealth then DISM /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth Then let us now what any errors or msgs it reports to you. It did its update thing after it was set up and updated to the current build.The Update it says its going to install is this Upgrade to Windows 10 Home, version 1511, 10586 That's all it says and i am all ready in Windows 10, this has also caused the "schedule time for restart" to be grayed out. PLEASE help me stop this endless pain in the arse cycle. My computer was just fine and today I turn on my computer and a blue screen says "your pc ran into a problem. Error: system thread exception not handled" how do I fix this and get my computer back? Took a look through the Windows Updates settings and noticed that Update history only lists one successfully installed update even... I just did a clean install today think something went wrong but the problem has not stopped.This issue can be exacerbated by anti-virus/internet security applications blocking Steam from doing what it wants to and reading all of Steam's files as the Steam application attempts to verify them.Try adding exceptions in these applications for your Steam folder and restart Steam to see if this resolves your issue.

It's worth noting that this is a well discussed issue with no official solutions available, there are plenty of different suggestions on how this can be fixed though and some of these work for some of the people experiencing the problem some of the time, so you'll want to try all of them if you really want to stop Steam from verifying every time you start it.

If you are a member of the Steam beta program, it might be worthwhile opting out of the beta program and reverting to a previous version of Steam (it should do this automatically) to see if this resolves your problem.

Another thing that is mentioned in the Steam forums, is allowing Steam to verify all of its files and then closing Steam properly (rather than letting Windows kill it as it shuts down).

Meanwhile, we’ll continue on why does this happen in the first place and will let you guys know as soon as we reach a conclusion.

A recovery re-installs the original software and the computer is returned to the way it was when you bought it. All of the updates from 4 years ago to the present date have to be installed.

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