I recently upgraded from Windows 7 to Windows 10 (Starting to think I shouldn't have). Today I was doing some work on a program and all of a sudden the screen went blank - NO WARNING. I checked all the power connections etc and by then it finally started displaying something that made me realize that Windows decided to do an upgrade. So I lost a pile of time waiting for the upgrade, lost a few months off my life worrying that my PC had died and missed a deadline on my work while Windows comandeered my PC to do its upgrade.
After the upgrade I checked the settings and its set to "Notify to Schedule Restart" but I can't see any other settings that would prevent a repeat of what happened today. I don't know if a window popped up and responded to me pressing enter to insert a new line on what I was doing, or what, but I can't afford to have Windows upgrades occur when I am in the middle of a time sensitive job.
Can anyone tell me how to set it to simply alert me that an update is available so I an do the update when it suits me?