Sadly most of them behave like a bull in a china shop. The easiest way would be to use the official Microsoft trouble shooting guide consisting of a downladable tool which enables the option to hide updates, as known from previous Windows versions. However this only enables you to hide a driver update; you have to uninstall it manually. The devices manager should help. Details on the Microsoft site can be found at support. To uninstall the unwanted driver: Launch the Device Manager with a right click on the lower left corner of the desktop and a left click on Device Manager.
Located the device driver with the problem driver installed, right click and choose Uninstall. In the uninstall dialog, check the box to Delete the driver software for this device if available. To temporarily prevent the driver or update from being reinstalled until a new driver or updated fix is available, a troubleshooter is available that provides a user interface for hiding and showing Windows Updates and drivers for Windows You can obtain and run the "Show or hide updates" troubleshooter by downloading it from the Microsoft Download Center.
The following file is available for download from the Microsoft Download Center: Download the "Show or hide updates" troubleshooter package now. When you click on the download link, you will be prompted to open or save wushowhide. Then click Next to proceed and follow the instructions provided by the troubleshooter to hide the problematic driver or update.
There's also the option for some clunky, collateral-damage-inducing solutions I will describe as follows. Services - The check for Updates is a background service. You can change its settings in the "Services" windows. You could set it to "deactivated", for example, to completely block all updates. This is what I'd call collateral damage but to be fair, most people I know used to never update their Windows, so blocking updates completely is back to status quo.
A bit more sophisticated, but sadly it does not come with all versions of Windows 10 - Group policies: Set a group policy allowing only the Administrator-Account to start the Update-Service. You'll find these options here: Type "admin" in the taskbars search field, it should show up in the first entry.
Type "services" to directly open the service windows.