After you have installed Windows, the device drivers, a firewall and setup the internet connection, the first thing to do is updating the Windows software.Updating Windows is actually very easy, first you visit the Windows Update website: Start, All Programs, Windows Update (or visit the Windows Update website with the following link: windowsupdate.microsoft.com).Install the critical updates before you visit other websites!On the Windows Update website, use one of the above options and install all the High priority updates.To disable Automatic Maintenance, you will have to open Task Scheduler Task Scheduler.Here right-click on Idle Maintenance, Maintenance Configurator and Regular Maintenance and select Disable.Windows 8/10 includes a new feature that allows you schedule and run Automatic Maintenance on your computer.
Says MSDN: Automatic Maintenance automatically stops currently running maintenance activities if the user starts interacting with the computer.
Here under Maintenance, click on the small arrow on the right side. If you find that this is not being monitored, you may click on .
This will let Action Center monitor Automatic Maintenance and give you any messages via the Action Center icon in your taskbar.
Maintenance activity will resume when the system returns to idle status.
Automatic Maintenance in Windows 10/8 will run daily and will combine all the background maintenance activity, like updating of Windows software, apps, attending to Action Center messages, running background maintenance tasks, etc, without negatively impacting performance and energy efficiency.