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My desktop thinks it's a laptop.
« on: August 09, 2018, 05:10:45 PM »
My desktop thinks it's a laptop  :hihi:

So no longer win 10 auto updates and messing with my settings or stopping rdj from playing  8) .

If i like to update, it must be by hand  :) .
HOW  :huh: .
Pretend your internet connection has a data limit

You can also pretend your internet connection has a data limit in Windows 10.
But beware: This only works when your computer has a Wi-Fi connection.
It does not work for an Ethernet connection.

(I have a Ethernet connection and works to)

Go to Settings> Network and Internet and open the Wi-Fi tab.
Choose Advanced Options and set the switch to Set as connection to data limit to On.
Windows 10 now thinks that your internet connection has a data limit, and therefore will not download automatic updates.
You have to choose this setting for every Wi-Fi network you connect to.
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