Did you notice the downfall in your bandwidth after installing the Windows 10?? Don’t worry, this happens because, Windows is using your internet connection to upload its updates to the other PC. It includes peer to peer download feature for updating the Windows Store apps.
If you don’t want to waste your bandwidth in useless uploading, then this article may be very useful for you. Just have a glance at this article to find out how to stop uploading updates to the other PC in Windows 10, by performing a few clicks as shown below.
Steps to Stop Uploading Updates to the other PC’s in Windows 10
Step 1: Go to the Start menu and click on “Settings”.
Step 2: Under the ‘Settings’, go to “Update and Security”.
Step 3: Under the ‘Update and Security’, you’ll see “Advance Options”, just click on it to open.
Step 4: Now, under the ‘Advance options’, select “Choose how updates are delivered”.
Step 5: Now, select from the given options according to your preference under “Updates from more than one place”. It is recommended to select “PCs on my local network” .
Step 6: If you switch off the slide bar, then your windows updates are downloaded from Microsoft server rather than peer to peer server, as shown in the image below.
That’s all friends, Keep reading!!!
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