Instead, change preferences for how often you'd like to be notified of newer versions.
Ignore that message, it's lies – for one, there's no app to uninstall as it's Windows 10 causing the issue.
The down side is, there's no actual solution to this problem as it's a hardware compatibility bug in Windows Update that Microsoft needs to solve.
It shouldn’t cause any damage to your PC – you’ll only really be deleting temporary Windows Update files – but we’d recommend setting up a System Restore point before going any further.
Next, you’ll need to delete the files in C:\Windows\Software Distribution. This error might mean your PC couldn't connect to the Windows Update servers.
Other times, Windows 10 just fancies doing its own thing for a while, slowing your eagerly awaited update to a crawl.
Ideally, Windows Update is one of those Windows 10 components you'd never see or hear.To access System Restore, simply type System Restore into the search bar and select “Create a restore point”, which will take you to System Protection in the System Properties window.From System Restore you can pick an appropriate point to revert to., involves a little more interaction with your computer’s system settings.Therefore, anyone currently encountering this issue, will have to just sit tight for a little longer.Sometimes, updates can be large and require a long time to download.When a new version is found we ask your permission to upgrade your Java installation.