When using Windows' "install updates and shut down", the next boot (usually in the morning when one actually wants to start working) is rather tedious due to unfinished business. The alternative is manually letting Windows update install updates while remaining there, then rebooting, waiting for update completion and shutting down manually. But that means buying an earlier start in the morning by a later closing time.
So, is there any way to tell Windows 7 "I'm leaving now, get those updates, restart if you need to, and shut down in a way that you're ready tomorrow without pesky update remainders!"?