I have a "hockey puck" HDTV PC that has limited HDD and got tired of Windows continually updating while I wanted to watch TV, so I turned off Windows Update Service couple months ago, figuring I'd periodically turn it on and off when I wanted to do it rather than when MSFT wanted to do it. It worked for a while but I discovered Windows turned it back on, and now it's complaining that it doesn't have enough HDD to do the update. I checked and evidently I have 32 GB HDD and 8 GB free, and Windows says it needs to do the update but it needs at least 8 GB to do it. I presume we have a mere sliver of a difference that it's almost got enough HDD to do it but by a few bytes. So now it's like a snake that swallowed a cow. If you know snakes they have double lower jaws and once they start ratcheting food in they can't let go. I have only two programs installed: Classic Menu and Firefox. Other than that Windows ate my whole HDD. I have no files on it, no music, no documents, nothing. I guess turning off WU service wasn't such a good idea but I didn't think it would build up 8 GB of updates this soon! Now you know why I was getting pissed off having the stupid thing updating almost daily. (WTH is with them, updating so often? What happened to Patch Tuesday?) So now I get these error messages about twice daily, not enough room to update, and I see no way to make room to update, nor do I see any control panel option to let me select which updates so I can install a few then let the rest go. This was a stupid stupid stupid stupid stupid thing for MSFT to insist that Win 10 Home users HAD TO USE WINDOWS UPDATE AND CAN'T TURN IT OFF. So now I'm stuck in a corner and can't update my Win10 and the "can't update" messages are just as annoying as being continually being bugged by Windows wanting to update while I wanted to watch TV. What do I do?