I've had an issue that's only shown up since installing Windows 10. I'm well aware that Windows 10 can schedule a time for which it will restart itself to install updates, however, the time that is scheduled is usually at night, when the computer - a laptop in this case - is in sleep mode. It seems they thought of a way around it, because my laptop will wake itself up and restart itself to install the updates. There's a few problems I have with this: 1. All my programs are closed, which is never fun. 2. If my laptop is in my bag, say I forgot to take it out to charge it after coming home from work, it will run the risk of overheating and damaging components. 3. If it isn't plugged in and the install takes longer than usual, the battery could die and I may end up with a brick. I have tried toggling the No auto restart with logged in users, but I was woken up last night by the attached monitor turning on at 4AM, so it doesn't seem to have worked. Is there any other way to disable the ability for my computer to do this?