Thanks! Unfortunately, I cannot install this kind of software on my business laptop. As per post above, I paused updates by the maximum number of days allowed (35) in Windows Update Settings. That will do for a while. Then, if version 22H2 reinstalls and it is still uncomfortable, I will reverse the update again and set a new pause.
ensete Your company MSA between them and MS likely requires them to maintain a certain level of patch compliance
My IT admin rolls selected security patches once a month and was unaware of MS updates sneaking through. He now suspects that there is a limit to what our organization can control in terms of updates, as you suggested. However, since no one in the company is bothered by this issue, he sounded like he is not going to investigate the matter further.
arturpanteleev I also sent them a link to your article about this issue and they mentioned that this is exactly what they experienced. In most cases, the monitor turns yellow, they say.
It is great that MS staff have experienced issues too. However, my display did not run yellow, so it might be a different problem. Anyhow, good work! Thanks for your persistence!
PS: after reversing from 22H2 to 21H2, I forgot to deactivate Google automatic updates. Yesterday I rebooted my laptop and had a bit of eyestrain afterwards. It took me a while to realize a new version of Chrome had installed, and another while to re-figure out how to prevent Chrome from updating. Luckily, it looks like I can handle version 108.0.5359.73 after some initial struggle but, oh boy, what a nightmare! It is a jungle. Now the Google Update window continuously pops up.