There are 3 major causes why Windows 10 is greedy quota.
First, many features in the OS that for the sake of synchronization should always update every day.
Second, many features in Windows 10 are highly dependent on the internet. And the third most annoying, Automatic Update on Windows 10 isn’t easily to turned off. This is very different from Windows 7 or 8 which is easy to stop its update.
Well, here are 7 simple steps for to fix it .
1. Turn of Peer-to-Peer Update
P2P update aims to enable Windows users worldwide to share Windows update files. Also so Microsoft servers are not the only destination for updates. But this feature actually makes your internet quota sucked.
Step off the P2P update that is: start from Start> click Settings> Updates & Security> Windows Update> Advanced Options> Choose how updates are delivered> turn off Updates from more than one place, which by default is in the On position.
2. Turn on Metered Connection for Delayed Update Process
For those of you who use Wi-fi and Mobile Broadband Networks, create a metered conection to prevent windows from hidden quota (background). By limiting the quota “quota” to the system, the application does not update itself automatically, the windows update is disabled, the live tile will not be real time, the background spotlight does not change.
In this way, the Windows system will try to save internet quota. Well, later when you loose the quota again, or can place free Wifi, just turn off the meterred and update it.
To turn on Metered Connection, go to Settings> Navigate to Network & Internet status – Status> Change connection properties> scroll down> then on Metered Connection slide the switch to On.
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