My Linux server updates when I decide that's appropriate. Will Microsoft's custom Linux do the same?
At present, Microsoft updates my Windows server, without warning*, when it feels like it. This can take up to 20 minutes and has twice disabled all its web sites until I discovered that, searched for and applied a solution, provided not by Microsoft but by other customers saying "Try this". Updates have also discarded my shortcut keys for standard programs (like Notepad) and caused other mischief with no warnings or options.
If that's Microsoft's vision for IoT, which might control my heating, check for fires, allow me to open the garage door (and maybe the front door), I don't want it.
*There may be a subtle notice, which Microsoft describes as "Heads up" (apparently an American insult which means something like "pay attention, idiots"). This notice indicates that the PC will be restarted, whether I like it or not.