Re: Does it still have 2D FLATSO, SPYWARE, ADWARE ???
I have laptops here at home with both Pro and Enterprise on.
I allow them to get updates automatically, 'cos they're connected to the web (yes, not directly but still).
Honestly, I don't recognise this reboot, update, reboot, update...cycle.
Once a month I get a bunch of updates. My machines either reboot at 3am give or take or I can do it manually. Yeah if there's been a bunch of updates, it can be a bit of a PITA waiting for the whole boot cycle to finish but it does it once and then on wtih working.
Some updates - defender, for example, don't need reboots at all.
Just updated a Debian desktop I have in a VM and a Kali install on another laptop and both required reboots - granted they were much faster, but they still needed reboots.
Honestly a reboot once a month that takes a bit longer is hardly a royal PITA to most people.
And frankly, given the shite I've had to dig neighbours out of in the past because they'd either turned off updates or had a hooky copy of say XP that didn't get them, I'd say any home system shouldn't have the option to defer or turn off updates.