One of the Windows 10 related complaints I hear regularly on Super Site for Windows and through social media is the mandatory delivery of universal drivers through Windows Update.
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While I happen to disagree with this policy, many think it's a good idea.
Regardless of which camp you're in the fact is this is what Microsoft has decided is how it's going to be and we have to learn how to live with it, or get around it.
Get your driver updates from Windows Update or your device manufacturer’s website.
In general, we don’t recommend updating hardware drivers unless you have a reason to.
In the Advanced system properties window click on the hardware tab and then click on "Device installation settings". If you've installed Windows 10 recently or have updated to the more recent 1151 build update, your setting will look like this instead. Keep in mind this means you will need to manually install updated drivers for any hardware that you need or want to run with a newer release which may require you keeping tabs with the hardware OEM's product page for any devices you desire to do so for.
If you wish you may also choose the "always install the best driver from windows update" option instead of "never install drivers automatically" if you wish, which will allow you to perform the windows update right click search for drivers from within the devices properties or in device manager, manually, which you cannot do with the other option enabled.
This is generally a good thing, but if a driver or update causes problems you can uninstall it and block Windows from downloading it again.
If you’re not sure which device driver or update Windows just installed that might be causing you problems, you can view the list of installed updates.
Boot into safe mode, if you need to, Head to Settings Windows Update and click “Update history”.
You’ll see a list of updates and the dates they were installed here.
Since it is available in Enterprise versions of Windows 10 the ability to control this setting using Group Policy should be an option as well.