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Turn Off Peer-to-Peer Windows 10 Updates and Reduce Latency – How to
A comprehensive guide on how to turn off peer-to-peer Windows Update on Windows 10 and save bandwidth and experience less lag in games.
One of the things that Windows 10 automatically does after installation is peer-to-peer Windows Update which can drain your bandwidth and you might experience lag in online games. Luckily, turning off this feature is not hard at all – read the steps below to know how to:
Press ‘Windows’ button on your keyboard and type in ‘Windows Update Settings’ followed by clicking the option at the top of the list under ‘Settings’
After opening up the menu, click ‘Advanced Options’ under ‘Windows Update’
Once you are inside the ‘Advanced Options’, click ‘Choose how Updates are Delivered’ and choose your settings
You can either completely turn if off or turn on peer-to-peer sharing of Windows Updates with PCs on your local network – your call!
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