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Windows 10 How to stop permanently Windows 10 Updates

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KazimotoINC

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I have been disabling the updates after some time it starts again
 

ThumperTM

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But i do not suggest you to disable windows updates, for security reasons.
 

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I'm going to have to side with Thumper on this topic.
If you want to decide what gets installed try this:

Scroll down to "Make Windows 11/10 notify you before downloading Updates" and choose the option you feel is correct for you. If an update sounds sketchy do a little searching and see what's going on before you install it. Just to deny all updates is foolish, you are leaving the back door unlocked. The places this crew typically visits that is asking for trouble.
Just my 2 cents.
 
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To disable the Windows Update service in Services Manager, please follow the steps below:
  • Press Windows key + R. Type services.msc, then hit Enter.
  • Search for Windows Update.
  • Right-click on Windows Update, then select Properties.
  • Under the General tab, set the Startup type to Disabled.
  • Click Stop.
  • Click Apply, and then click OK.
  • Restart your computer.
 

rogermane588

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How to stop Windows 10 updates permanently.
  • Set your network connection to ‘Metered’
When you enable Metered Connection in a network, your Windows computer will no longer download updates automatically.
  1. Go to settings in Windows. Click on Network, and Internet.
  2. Next, click on Advanced options, and move the toggle to On position "Set as metered connection".
 

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