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I use windows 10 pro on desktop computer and windows 10 home on laptop. I am the only user/administrator. the only way I can update windows 10 is to change the useage times to other than the time I want to update. there is always a statement in red on the update area : some settings are managed by your organization. I don't have an organization and I want to be able to update manually. this seems to be preventing updates except when I am not using the computer(s) then when I turn computer on it is so slow because it is downloading updates I guess. How do I take full control of when I update and stop the statement in red  about someone else is in control of some settings. 

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