She got a 58 on the midterm, and was barely able to bring it up to a C by the end of the semester.
"I don't like [Windows], but I'm a college student," she says.
And don't expect to use your computer again soon; depending on the speed of your drive and the size of the update, it could be anywhere from 10 minutes to well over an hour before your PC is ready for work.
(You can still schedule a restart, but it involves doing a lot of work to change the annoying "ready or not, here it comes" default.) And while the next version of Windows will let you stave off updates for a 35-day period (if you paid extra for a Pro, Enterprise or Education-grade copy of Windows, which sounds like a moderate form of blackmail), my understanding is that even those versions won't let you cancel an update that's already been delayed and is now about to occur.