Stop adobe from updating
Fortunately, you can stop these pop-ups either by updating the Flash Player or by turning off updates.Update, May 15: With the Windows 10 Creators Update, Microsoft has largely addressed the forced updates that often resulted in lost work.And, while the the recent Wanna Cry ransomware does not (thus far) appear to affect Windows 10, you need to make sure your PC is kept up-to-date with security patches to avoid exactly those sort of attacks.To that end, consider the information below to be out of date, with a more thorough update to come.0: Do not download or install updates automatically.1: Do not download or install updates automatically.
That's probably why Microsoft has -- controversially -- decided to make Windows 10 an automatically-updating OS.
You can still download updates on a metered connection, you'll just have to do it manually by going to Settings Download.
While you can't really stop Windows 10 from automatically updating the OS, you can stop it from automatically updating your device drivers.
I restored back to the previously installed version (15.020.20042) and was able to print fine, but Adobe Reader keeps trying to update.
How do I stop Adobe Reader from updating (and breaking) itself?
To do this, right-click the Start button and click Control Panel.