Windows 10 by default uses your bandwidth to send updates to other people. You can Disable it. — Totseans

Windows 10 by default uses your bandwidth to send updates to other people. You can Disable it.

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To turn this off:

Press Windows Key and search for "Windows Update Settings"

From there click "Advanced Options" on the right

Finally click "Choose how updates are delivered"

From there either turn it off or restrict to LAN members only


Comments

  • SlartibartfastSlartibartfast Global Moderator -__-
    There are a few "report to MS" options for a lot of things. All on by default. Fuckers.

    I turned them off during the install (NEVER select express settings!). 
  • bornkillerbornkiller Administrator In your girlfriends snatch
    @Slarti: Yah, I never choose auto install for anything either which is probably why it takes me so long to install one piece of software. I don't want no trovi surprises in my browser. :-)

    @Dfg: Fuck! That was relatively painless. I thought with MS they'd make it facebook difficult where you'd have to supply the devil with 10 souls per deactivation. :-o
  • @Slarti: Yah, I never choose auto install for anything either which is probably why it takes me so long to install one piece of software. I don't want no trovi surprises in my browser. :-)

    @Dfg: Fuck! That was relatively painless. I thought with MS they'd make it facebook difficult where you'd have to supply the devil with 10 souls per deactivation. :-o

    According to people, if you read what it says on the menu and didn't use express installation, you can easily bypass all the checks.
  • bornkillerbornkiller Administrator In your girlfriends snatch
    Dfg said:

    @Slarti: Yah, I never choose auto install for anything either which is probably why it takes me so long to install one piece of software. I don't want no trovi surprises in my browser. :-)

    @Dfg: Fuck! That was relatively painless. I thought with MS they'd make it facebook difficult where you'd have to supply the devil with 10 souls per deactivation. :-o

    According to people, if you read what it says on the menu and didn't use express installation, you can easily bypass all the checks.
    Shhhh ..... ms doesn't like the word by...pass...
  • Dfg said:

    @Slarti: Yah, I never choose auto install for anything either which is probably why it takes me so long to install one piece of software. I don't want no trovi surprises in my browser. :-)

    @Dfg: Fuck! That was relatively painless. I thought with MS they'd make it facebook difficult where you'd have to supply the devil with 10 souls per deactivation. :-o

    According to people, if you read what it says on the menu and didn't use express installation, you can easily bypass all the checks.
    Shhhh ..... ms doesn't like the word by...pass...
    Okay.

    *wears the tin foil hat*
  • bornkillerbornkiller Administrator In your girlfriends snatch
    Dfg said:

    Dfg said:

    @Slarti: Yah, I never choose auto install for anything either which is probably why it takes me so long to install one piece of software. I don't want no trovi surprises in my browser. :-)

    @Dfg: Fuck! That was relatively painless. I thought with MS they'd make it facebook difficult where you'd have to supply the devil with 10 souls per deactivation. :-o

    According to people, if you read what it says on the menu and didn't use express installation, you can easily bypass all the checks.
    Shhhh ..... ms doesn't like the word by...pass...
    Okay.

    *wears the tin foil hat*
    ***Creates a new tin foil hat tuned into Dfg's thought signals***

  • Dfg said:

    Dfg said:

    @Slarti: Yah, I never choose auto install for anything either which is probably why it takes me so long to install one piece of software. I don't want no trovi surprises in my browser. :-)

    @Dfg: Fuck! That was relatively painless. I thought with MS they'd make it facebook difficult where you'd have to supply the devil with 10 souls per deactivation. :-o

    According to people, if you read what it says on the menu and didn't use express installation, you can easily bypass all the checks.
    Shhhh ..... ms doesn't like the word by...pass...
    Okay.

    *wears the tin foil hat*
    ***Creates a new tin foil hat tuned into Dfg's thought signals***
    **Start recording the signals and transmitting gay porn*
  • bornkillerbornkiller Administrator In your girlfriends snatch
    Dfg said:


    Dfg said:

    Dfg said:

    @Slarti: Yah, I never choose auto install for anything either which is probably why it takes me so long to install one piece of software. I don't want no trovi surprises in my browser. :-)

    @Dfg: Fuck! That was relatively painless. I thought with MS they'd make it facebook difficult where you'd have to supply the devil with 10 souls per deactivation. :-o

    According to people, if you read what it says on the menu and didn't use express installation, you can easily bypass all the checks.
    Shhhh ..... ms doesn't like the word by...pass...
    Okay.

    *wears the tin foil hat*
    ***Creates a new tin foil hat tuned into Dfg's thought signals***
    **Start recording the signals and transmitting gay porn*
    Automatically starts running dBan to eradicate all data setting it to "0's"
  • Dfg said:


    Dfg said:

    Dfg said:

    @Slarti: Yah, I never choose auto install for anything either which is probably why it takes me so long to install one piece of software. I don't want no trovi surprises in my browser. :-)

    @Dfg: Fuck! That was relatively painless. I thought with MS they'd make it facebook difficult where you'd have to supply the devil with 10 souls per deactivation. :-o

    According to people, if you read what it says on the menu and didn't use express installation, you can easily bypass all the checks.
    Shhhh ..... ms doesn't like the word by...pass...
    Okay.

    *wears the tin foil hat*
    ***Creates a new tin foil hat tuned into Dfg's thought signals***
    **Start recording the signals and transmitting gay porn*
    Automatically starts running dBan to eradicate all data setting it to "0's"
    Amateur, we know only Thermite works!
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