just looking to update when I want to, not stop updatingHi there,
Even if the above methods work; I haven't tried them on the W10 RTM but did mess with them on the W10 Preview versions you have a bigger problem at hand.
If you completely DISABLE the MS updates from the weekly push into your PC, you are now at risk for viruses/malware including phishing, identity theft, and ransomware. These "holes" in the defensive wall of your W10 system basically downgrade it to a machine that is no longer safe to use for any kind of financial transaction on the web. And don't be fooled by folks telling you that the built-in W10 Defender AV will protect you from all of that. If you're just going to use your PC for online gaming or doing facebook posts all day long, then that solution of permanently disabling your MS updates is going to work for you. Hopefully, if you give that PC away or sell it, you are obligated to disclose that information in this paragraph to the receipient.
Hmm.... Well it sounds like changes are coming although it's a bit vague. I've read this article before and did post it in the win10 section somewhere. I didn't get the impression you got but I'm happy to become a believer....Maybe I am getting overcome with optimism, but it is how I read between the lines on this:
Introducing Unified Update Platform (UUP) - Windows Experience Blog