Computer always updating when shutting down
The shutdown menu has only 3 options (sleep, restart with updates and shut down with updates).The option to choose restart or shutdown with or without update is offered when the update is not critical.If you have heard any abnormal noises coming from your computer, such as a high squealing sound, it could be an indication of a fan malfunction.If you find that the fan in the power supply is not working correctly or at all, and the power supply is very hot to the touch, you may need to replace the power supply.Most computers today are designed to turn off automatically if any of its inner components overheat.Often, heat related issues occur when the computer is working hard, e.g., playing a graphically intense computer game.
Those shutdown/restart options are available in all editions of Windows 10, and have been there over a year now, since a few builds before November Update version 1511.
An overheating power supply, due to a malfunctioning fan, can cause a computer to shut off unexpectedly.
Continuing to use the faulty power supply can result in damage to the computer and should be replaced immediately.
They can be postponed max to end of sixth day after downloaded and prepared (depends on update) by selecting restart or shut down without updating from the shutdown menu.
When above mentioned time period ends, any restart will do the update and install pending updates or build upgrade.
Clearing the folder will not leave the system enough time to download them and install them when you restart. This will stop the Windows Update services from running automatically.