Windows 10 upgrade ?

How to stop Windows 10 from using your PC's bandwidth to update strangers' systems?
Is this true?

geek_sarah1955, Aug 12, 12:40 pm

Yes. You can avoid than by downloading the ISO instead of doing an online upgrade.

geek_r.g.nixon, Aug 12, 1:22 pm

geek_nice_lady, Aug 12, 1:25 pm

Ah, now I see - updates too, not just the initial 3GB download.

geek_r.g.nixon, Aug 12, 1:51 pm

Just turn metered connection on then it will stop.
settings / network and Internet / Wi-Fi / Advanced Options / Metered Connection, Turn to On.

geek_d.snell, Aug 12, 2:14 pm

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