3 Ways to Turn Off Automatic Windows 10 Update Easily and Quickly

Windows 10 is the latest version of Microsoft Windows whose appearance and many features make this window very complete and cool. Windows 10 is arguably the coolest among the previous windows. from speed and appearance. Windows 10 is actually used for services and it is mobile, so it is actually highly recommended for users who are used to internet connections.

However, if you have a mediocre internet connection, it is necessary to turn off the update feature on Windows 10 in order to save the quota.

How to Turn Off Automatic Windows 10 Update Easily and Quickly

So on Windows 10, this can't turn off the update feature, especially if we use the Windows 10 home version. Turning off this update feature is important if we are internet users who are limited to quotas. So turning off this update feature will reduce our internet costs. You know, we often have a mediocre internet quota. he..he...he peace. Admin is like that too

But don't worry, this time the service tutorial will share 6 ways to turn off Windows 10 updates. Hopefully, this method can be applied and can be practiced by all of us. Make sure to read it to the end.

3 Ways to Turn Off Windows 10 Automatic Updates

This shared method is not recommended for those who have unlimited or unlimited internet quota, because updates from Microsoft are very important to improve feature functionality, fix bugs, etc. This method is intended for those of us who have a mediocre internet quota.

1. Use Defer Upgrade

Especially for Windows 10 Pro users, you can turn off the automatic update feature in the Defer Upgrade option. Defer Upgrade is to ask Windows 10 not to download and install updates for a certain period of time, up to a maximum of 8 months.

Using Defer Update, we cannot experience the latest feature updates or feature enhancements because Windows does not download directly. This will save our internet quota.

The trick is to open Start> Settings> Windows Update> then select Advanced Options at the bottom itself. In the Advanced Options dialog box, check Defer Upgrade.

This method only works on Windows 10 pro, so other than that version it can't be done.

2. Use Metered Connection

This method is to set an internet connection as a reference for updates. Using this method will prevent our windows 10 from downloading updates until we are connected to a non-metered connection.

This method can only be done on Windows 10 using a Wifi or Modem connection.

The trick is to click Start then select the Settings menu> select Network & Internet> Choose our Wifi or Mobile Broadband connection> then click Advanced Options at the bottom> activate the status on Set As Metered Connection on the right side of the display.

3. Turn off Windows Update Services

Turning off the Windows Update Services feature will make windows update completely or totally dead. This means that Windows Update is completely dead if it is not in an internet connection. If you are connected to the internet, it is recommended to turn it back on so that Windows remains optimal and safe from bugs.

The way to do this is to click Start> type Services (View Local services will appear). In the Services dialog box, look for Windows Update, then right-click and select Properties.

Click STOP on Service Status, change Disabled on StatusType, and then click Apply.

Quite easy, not a step that must be done, just a few clicks, windows update has been disabled. This method is actually not recommended by Microsoft, but in order to reduce our mediocre internet quota, this is the right step. May be useful.