Updating your computer is almost complete restart now
If you want to know more about the latest Windows update and what it contains, make sure to take a look at this article, which we update with every new big release of Windows 10.
This is how you make sure the cache is really cleared.
I want to toss the freaking computer in a bucket of water.
How about, "Go Fark yourself computer, I'll restart you when I get damned good and ready." If you're looking for that option, I've finally found it, thanks to Stuff That's In My Head and Daniel Turini of Code Project: I found this after a lot of Googling, so I'd like to share the solution.
If you don't want to reboot, you can enable the setting right away by restarting the automatic updates service, or you can just go to Start - Run - Cmd, type in "/force" and hit ENTER.
If you have Windows XP Home instead of Windows XP Pro, you will probably get the following message: GPEDIT doesn't exist on Windows XP Home edition, since it's for Group Policy, a Windows XP Pro feature.