Let me start out by stating that I don't know the technical implications of an autocomplete feature. And with the "Drupageddon" of late, an auto update feature would be greatly appreciated by many, I'm sure. With that out of the way, I firmly believe that anything is possible with Drupal.
Executing the command above will create an archive with all the website files and a copy of your Drupal database.
Drush is an awesome shell interface for managing Drupal right from your cloud server command line.
It can be completed in several mouse clicks through c Panel - Softaculous.
Second, you need SSH access to your account in order to run Drush commands.
Note: All the following commands need to be performed from within the directory of a Drupal installation.
Doesn't really matter where you are located, as long as you are somewhere within the root folder.
They also included options in their configuration file that can be set to disable auto updates, as well as choose which types of updates should be performed automatically: none, major and minor or minor only.
You can read more about it on the Configuring Automatic Background Updates page: I'm just curious if this is something that can be added in a point release of D8 (like 8.5 or something). And if that's you, I'd say that turning the auto update setting to off would mean that you can continue to work the way you currently do.
Then run the following command: with your actual c Panel username.