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By admin • August 3, 2015 • Comments Off on Windows 10 Is Stealing Your Bandwidth By Default
How to Disable Windows Update Delivery Optimization (WUDO)?
You can disable the feature, but the option is buried deep in the Settings menu for Windows Update.
To turn this feature OFF, follow these given steps:
The feature is a good idea to speed up software updates, but enabling it by default without the knowledge of users is probably not at all a great idea.
In a statement, a Microsoft said that the feature “helps people get updates and apps more quickly if they have a limited or unreliable internet connection” and that it “doesn’t slow down your internet connection” because it uses a “limited portion” of idle upload bandwidth.
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