Xbox updating every time
After the console shuts down, touch the Xbox button on the console again to restart.After you restart your device, verify that all you are downloads stopped temporarily have resumed by doing the following: The game or app should show as ‘Installing’.So, to avoid such instances, close the running games by, Navigating to the Home screen and then move to the most recently run game from the list of games and apps. Then, from the list of options displayed, select Quit. For this, scroll left on the Home screen to open the Guide under it, select Settings.After you’ve closed the most recently run game, check the speed at which your game or app is downloading. Choose Restart console and hit the ‘Yes’ button when prompted.Press the Menu button on your controller, and then select Cancel.If required, you can reinstall the game by inserting the disc or downloading again from the Store.
There is also a seventh reason that Xbox One consoles fail to update, but you can't do anything about it yourself.
If you notice the status being displayed as Queued or Paused, select the game or app, press the Menu button, and then select Resume installation.
When your download resumes: Check the speed at which your game or app is downloading.
So, every time you insert a new game disc in the console, the system automatically starts downloading and installing the game updates along with the game on the hard drive.
This results in the slow game or app downloads on Xbox One. Suppose a game has over 1 GB worth of updates, the installation of the core files will take much time and not complete until that 1 GB is downloaded and installed.
At this point, avoid launching any games that might slow down the speed of your download.