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Old Today, 07:27 AM   #8
Steve Rindsberg
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Originally Posted by Andrew B. View Post
I can't figure out whether I posted this already. But here are several ways to block update. The first one is simple and direct (assuming Windows does not thwart this). You simply turn off updates in services.msc

But as noted in the article, Windows is likely to re-enable the update service after some (indeterminate) time.

Because it Knows Better Than You.

I just used the GPEDIT.MSC trick to disable the update service. We Shall See. BTW, using GPEDIT is just a convenient, simpler and safer way to make registry changes.

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