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    Windows 10 steals internet bandpass to install updates for other users

    The default setting will use some of your internet bandpass. To change this setting, go to:
    Settings > Update and Security > Advanced options > Choose How Updates are Delivered >

    Set Updates from More Than One Place off or set it just to PCs on my local network.

    Jerry

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    The default setting is ON when installing Windows 10 with no mention of it anywhere.

    Check out the following article on ZDNet.com to learn more about the Windows Update Delivery Optimization (WUDO) feature and your settings options.

    "Windows 10 silently uses your bandwidth to send updates to others"

    http://www.zdnet.com/article/windows...tes-to-others/

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwitalka View Post
    Windows 10 steals internet bandpass to install updates for other users

    The default setting will use some of your internet bandpass. To change . . .

    Jerry
    bandpass - Is that some special Mid-Western regional technical term, Jerry?

    Please allow me to suggest that you edit the Title and Body of your Original Post and change the word to

    bandwidth

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