Please refer to how to block updates on Windows 10 with the steps below:
Step 1 : Open Group Policy Editor, press Windows key + R to open the Run command prompt, then type gpedit.msc into it and press Enter.
Step 2 : On the Group Policy Editor window, navigate to the following key: Computer Configuration => Administrative Templates => Windows Components => Windows Update
Step 3 : Find Configure Automatic Update, double click on it and select Disabled, then proceed to save the changes.
In the Desktop interface, you press the window key and type update:
There are many options here, you click Windows Update settings or Advanced Windows Update options. The next window displays, you choose the Notify to schedule restart mode instead of Automatic, remove the check mark in the two boxes below:
Another fairly new feature in Windows 10 is the system that allows updating via peer computers (p2p). It is roughly understood as this: when updating, 1 computer will be considered a "server", while other peer machines will update via that "server". This will help users save bandwidth, and the update will also be faster than downloading directly from the Internet. And to turn off this type of update, you click on the link Choose how updates are delivered, switch On mode to Off.
With the above simple and effective guide on blocking updates on Windows 10 , hopefully you will not feel annoyed when using your device. Good luck