> I have serious issues with Windows 10 forcefully applying updates or installing
> different drivers to your system, sometimes the latest patches or the newest drivers
> are not the best ones you can use, ya know?
Agreed. That said, there is a workaround for this, but it's not pretty or practical for most end-users.
Basically, set up a Server 2012R2 or 2016 Active Directory Domain, run WSUS, domain-join your PCs, and control update distribution through WSUS. Added bonus: Group Policy can be used to switch off some of Windows 10's more obnoxious features by default.
Like I said, though, not pretty or necessarily practical. But it is an option, and may be worth considering for the future as the next iterations of Windows (particularly on the desktop) are not likely to abandon the current update and 'collect all the usage info' strategies baked into 10.