We felt sorry to post this tutorial too late after most of you have encountered this biggest headache that Windows 10 update gets stuck on 'Restarting' screen.
We've noticed that restarting stuck problem happens every now and then when users try to upgrade Windows 10 from Windows 7 & Windows 8, or just do a regular Windows 10 update (i.e. - "I recently downloaded my Windows 10 upgrade which I had reserved, everything went smoothly but when I click the 'upgrade now button' in the dialog prompt which says schedule it or go for it now, the computer goes into restart screen and stays there forever." - "After I successfully upgraded from Windows 10 v1511 to v1607, during which no error messages, no incompatible devices...
Afterwards, the restart screen will disappear and be replaced by the Task Manager, where the 'hanging' programs that failed to close will be revealed.
End the process, then you'll recover from the 'Restarting' screen.
When analyzing the windowsupdate.log, no current data is published to the log file.
The most straightforward way to restore previous version of Windows is to restore from a system backup image.
The Windows Update Automatic Update Service WUAUSERV could be the line of the that uses the Computer and Memory if the company is ended the memory and processor utilization come back to normal and Windows Update prevents checking for updates.
When the windows update method is left to get a long time frame (several hours) the status remains unchanged, windows updates is still checking for updates and PC, and storage use can also be unchanged.
So, before going to read further information, you need to make sure that you've created system backup image with some backup and recovery software, for example, Ease US free backup software.
To restore an earlier state of Windows 10 from Ease US system backup image, just locate the backup file you created, and directly click "Recovery" button will help you go back to normal where no restarting loop issue exists.