What does Windows Update Settings “Managed by Your Organisation” mean?

Keep your device running efficiently with Windows update settings.

If you see the message “Managed by your organization” in the Windows Update settings on your computer, it means that your IT department or administrator has control over when and how updates are installed on your device. This is a common practice in many organizations, as it allows the IT team to test and verify updates before they are installed on all of the devices on the network. This can help to prevent any potential problems or issues that may arise from installing updates.

Windows Update Settings is a tool that allows you to manage how and when updates are installed on your computer.

This tool does not provide any documents. Instead, it provides settings and options that allow you to control the way that updates are installed on your computer.

You can use Windows Update Settings to:

  1. Choose whether to install updates automatically or to be notified when updates are available, and then install them manually.
  2. Select the types of updates that you want to install, such as important updates, optional updates, or drivers.
  3. Set the time and day when updates are installed or choose to install updates immediately after they are released.
  4. Pause or postpone updates for a set period of time.
  5. View the history of installed updates, including the date and time when they were installed, and the status of the installation.
  6. Uninstall or roll back updates that have caused problems or are causing issues with your computer.

By using these options and settings, you can control the way that updates are installed on your computer and customize the update process to meet your needs and preferences.

For further guidance contact the Pisys team who will be happy to help.