I can not seem to get several windows updates to install on my Windows 10 PC, so I want to block them, something you used to be able to do easily in the UI, but it appears these UI elements are gone from Windows 10. I do NOT want to disable ALL UPDATES like this guy, only certain ones.
KB3002340, KB2932965, KB2938807, KB2645410, KB2635973 (mostly Visual Studio related), have been downloaded, and installation has started and failed, repeatedly. In previous versions of Windows you could move an update to a "don't try to install this", uncheck a checkbox for this update, or something equivalent to that. You can no longer do this via any visual/ui element I can find in Windows 10. I'm hoping there's a registry tweak or a utility I could run that I could use to at least defer these updates for a while, since it appears that Our Wise and Noble Overlords at Microsoft Have Decided That You Shall Install All Updates, Even Ones that Won't Install, Over And Over Again, and Ye Shall Not Disable Them, Ever, Because Satya Nadella Hath Spoken, Neither Shall Ye Own or Control Your Computer For It Belongeth To Us And We Shall Do Whatever We Wantses With It.