The easiest way to prevent Windows 10 from automatically downloading updates is to use a metered Internet connection -- one of the features of limiting your data is that Windows 10 won't force-download OS updates.
If you don't have i Tunes installed on your computer, download the latest version from Apple's website or get it from the Microsoft Store (Windows 10).
If you're not prompted to install a new version of i Tunes, you already have the latest version that your operating system can support.
RELATED: We have previously advised you to not compulsively update your drivers, and we stand by that.
Most hardware drivers that come with your computer—or through Windows Update—are fine.
You can't meter your Ethernet connection through the Settings menu -- Microsoft assumes your Ethernet connection allows you unlimited data, apparently.
The only way to set your Ethernet connection to metered is to perform a registry edit -- it's a little complicated, but here's how to do it.
Some features or devices might require a newer version of i Tunes than your system supports.
See the System Requirements on the i Tunes download page for more information on what your system supports.
In the latest Insider Preview build (Build 14342), you can no longer schedule restarts.