This has been killing me every since I installed Windows 10... damn Nvidia driver kept on resinstalling nearly every day! But I found a solution and it works, no more annoying auto-installs of Nvidia Drivers from Windows Update!! This tweak basically blocks any Update that starts with "NVIDIA". I tried it out by completely uninstalling my Nvidia driver and running Windows Update.. it didn't even attempt to download or install it. :banana: If you have Win10 Pro you'll already have PowerShell installed, if you have the Home Edition download & install PowerShell from the link below: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=46889 Next you'll need to download the Windows Update PowerShell Modules, grab it from here: https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/2d191bcd-3308-4edd-9de2-88dff796b0bc Unzip the file you downloaded and move the "PSWindowsUpdate" folder to: C:\Windows\System32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\Modules ------ Now launch PowerShell as an Administrator. (Quick PowerShell tip... use the "Tab" key to auto-complete commands. Hit tab a few times to see what options are available.) By default PowerShell is setup to restrict any scripts which require admin privileges. You'll need to set it to Unrestricted mode to install the modules and run the WindowsUpdate commands. Set PowerShell to Unrestricted Mode, using the command below. > Set-ExecutionPolicy Unrestricted CurrentUser - Answer yes to the next prompt. Now to install the WindowsUpdate PS Modules, type this command at the PowerShell command line. (You'll only need to do this once.) > Import-Module PSWindowsUpdate Next you'll type the command to hide Nvidia Updates. > Hide-WUUpdate -Title "NVIDIA*" (Now any update released starting with the name NVIDIA will be blocked/hidden.) After completing these commands you'll want to set the Execution Policy back to restricted. This will return PowerShell to the default permissions level. > Set-ExecutionPolicy Restricted CurrentUser Remember if you need to run any further commands in PowerShell for WindowsUpdate you'll need to set it back to Unrestricted to run the commands. Get-WUList for example will fetch a list of pending updates, notice the "H" in the status column showing the Update is Hidden.