How to trun off windows 10 update

How to trun off windows 10 update.

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I googled this.

Are you reporting all the articles today don't work?

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How to trun off windows 10 update

There is no option to turn off Windows Updates using the Control Panel or Settings app in Windows 10, as it used to be with earlier versions of Windows. But there is a workaround to disable or turn off Windows Update in Windows 10, then step follow Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Windows Update.

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Turn off windows 10 update

Sorry to note, but you forgot the first step (where to find Computer Configuration) and - even more important - that last "Windows Update" you mention is kind of a folder with some 20 entries. You didn't tell which of those 20 entries to change into what value.

And even more sorry, it doesn't work.

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