After you have disabled auto-restart you will decide when you wish to reboot or shut down and install updates.You will be able to choose: Update and shut down or Update and restart: Hopefully these methods will help you to disable automatic restart in Windows 10.
In this question, there was no error message; formulas just required manual recalculation instead of doing it automatically.
Your answer is really a somewhat random reference to a different problem you had. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count).
However, for some reason, the value calculated by the formula does not update automatically. We already had the calculation options set to automatic and didn't know why values weren't updating.
I am having to click on the formula bar, then I have to click enter for the formula cell to do its thing. F9 and Shift F9 didn't help and left the values the same.
The most flexibility is with the Enterprise edition on the Long Term Servicing Branch (LTSB).
This is only available for customers with a Volume Licensing Agreement (VLA) or Software Assurance (SA) and it allows any update to be postponed indefinitely.
Ctrl F9 not only updated the values, but fixed the problem so it didn't happen again.
I had a case of this just now on Excel 2010: a particular spreadsheet that would not auto-recalculate.
The fact that there is a different accepted answer means that this problem is different from yours and that solution worked.