One solution is to update to Windows 10 Professional. If you're upgrading from Windows 7 or 8 Pro, you'll be upgraded to Professional automatically.
Windows 10 Professional will be able to defer its updates while they're tested on all of the home users.
There might also be some wording differences depending on which version of Windows you're using.
If you don't see anything at all on screen, especially if you think the updates might have been installed completely, see our How to Fix Problems Caused by Windows Updates tutorial instead.
Before it happens Norton Firewall reports Dropbox, Bonjour, and other trustable softwares trying to access internet.
However, there is one thing that really bothers me and I cannot figure out a solution.
The updates in Windows 10 Home Edition are automatic.
You can't disable the auto-updater, and updates will be installed upon your next reboot (which you can schedule).
Much more rarely are they're caused by a mistake on Microsoft's part regarding the update itself.
Any of Microsoft's operating systems could experience freezing issues during Windows updates including Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, and more.