Maiyannah Bishop ᛗᚢᚫᛞᚺᚾᚫ (maiyannah)'s status on Monday, 20-Mar-2017 16:57:21 UTC Maiyannah Bishop ᛗᚢᚫᛞᚺᚾᚫ "Until now Windows 10 has allowed users to avoid downloading updates over metered (pay-per-byte) connections, to avoid racking up huge bills. Some users were setting their ethernet/wifi connections as metered in order to prevent Windows 10 from downloading and installing updates without their permission. In its latest preview version of the OS, Microsoft is now forcing some updates necessary for "smooth operation" to download even on these connections. As well as irritating users who want to control when updates download and install, users of expensive pay-per-byte connections could face massive bills."
You have no control over the Windows 10 malware.
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mangeurdenuage (mangeurdenuage)'s status on Monday, 20-Mar-2017 17:05:42 UTC mangeurdenuage It doesn't surprise me windows went for Mao on their users.
Got the article about this please ?
Maiyannah Bishop ᛗᚢᚫᛞᚺᚾᚫ (maiyannah)'s status on Monday, 20-Mar-2017 17:07:01 UTC Maiyannah Bishop ᛗᚢᚫᛞᚺᚾᚫ @mangeurdenuage Here is the article about this, which Slashdot is linking:
Maiyannah Bishop ᛗᚢᚫᛞᚺᚾᚫ (maiyannah)'s status on Monday, 20-Mar-2017 18:11:49 UTC Maiyannah Bishop ᛗᚢᚫᛞᚺᚾᚫ @gameragodzilla Oof. Cant say Im surprised but hopefully it isnt too bad.
Maiyannah Bishop ᛗᚢᚫᛞᚺᚾᚫ (maiyannah)'s status on Monday, 20-Mar-2017 18:24:29 UTC Maiyannah Bishop ᛗᚢᚫᛞᚺᚾᚫ @gameragodzilla Ugh. Well at least steam and origin have ways to locate your programs that are already installed and re-register them.
Kaito (cphuntington97)'s status on Monday, 20-Mar-2017 19:04:24 UTC Kaito