But for those who use a dial-up connection, this automatic update can actually slow down the internet connection. Because secretly this update process can take up to 20% of the internet connection quota, by downloading the update file which causes our internet connection to be "Lambretta". So, so that this doesn't happen, we can restore the speed of the internet connection by reducing the bandwidth of the update process. Here are the steps:
- Click Start - Run, enter "gpedit.msc" without quotes, and a policy window will appear.
- After that select: Local Computer Policy – Computer Configuration – Administrative Templates – Network – QOS Packet Schedule.
- Then in the right column click Limit Reservable Bandwidth, it says Not Configured – then double click until a new display appears, Limit reservable bandwidth Properties.
- Select Enabled and lower the value to 10%, 5%, or Zero if necessary, then click OK.
The trick can be seen in the manual update method on windows. As for friends who use windows that are not genuine or pirated, you should just disable this update. Because it's actually useless to update because the update process itself will not be perfect if it is detected that the PC we are using is a clone.