No, you can't. Not even in the pro version. Unless you choose the pause updates option, which effectively disables updates. But that's not what we want. I want to install security updates, but at a time of my own choosing, preferably when I shut down my computer. This was easy in W7. Just select download updates but let me choose when to install them. And when a new update was available there was an option called "install updates then shut down"
There is no longer such an option in W10. It will always auto update "critical" fixes. No matter what in all versions. Which results in unexpected reboots of unattended computers, even when you have logged in users and open applications. Unless of course pause updates is selected. Which is temporary anyway. And a giant pain in the neck that you have to go to the settings and select pause updates each time you want to leave the computer running unattended.
The only difference between the home and pro versions is that in home all updates auto-intstall even unwanted feature and driver updates.
Gpedit and set it to 2. Notify to download and install (as posted by someone els and me) this 100% stops automatic updates I use this on my main pc (it works as stated, don't pick option 1 3 or 4 as it will auto install updates)
What I mainly don't like is that home users (or pro who have not changed the default setting in windows update adv option) are beta testing release updates and full os upgrades witch is what the insider program was supposed to be for
All PCs leave me with win10 Pro, Windows update set to none targeted +100 day delay on feature upgrades and 15 days delay on normal updates
As this stops broken normal updates and broken feature upgrades (my customers get them when they are well cooked) my customers are not your testers for me to waste time with fixing so thing you broke (system restore randomly been disabled by default on specific systems is my other annoyance)