Windows 10: 5 Default Settings You Should Change Immediately After Install

Windows 10 is Microsoft's newest operating system and we always wait for its new update. Now, Microsoft has brought a new update of Windows 10.

Windows 10: 5 Default Settings You Should Change Immediately After Install

We are going to say the same thing in this article that we have the default settings which we should remove as quickly from the latest update on July 29, 2020.

This is a new update of Windows 10 with the successful features of Plethora with Revamped Start Menu and Action Center.  If we see the functionality and performance from the new update of Windows 10 then, this new operating system is quite solid.

As always, this time update has also brought some interesting and useless updates along with good things. Then we will talk about removing the same absurd updates.

Why we should update windows?

If you have Windows or any operating system in the system, it is very important to update it after an adjustment. A new update protects your system from all unfortunate attacks. Most of the windows updates are for security purposes because it may harm by hackers and malware. So, it is very important. 

UpDates of Windows not only give you good security, but the new UpDates clean up the old and outdated programs in your system. UpDates, new and trending programs are installed.

These are the default settings you should change immediately in windows 10.

        1. Stop Automatic Restart

Microsoft often sends its automatic updates and so far you have not encountered any problems, then you are lucky and you should take a look at Microsoft. Most users have to go through this problem.

If your Windows 10 system does not restart or reboot the system on its own immediately after the update is installed, it is sad. So we will give the complete detail to do the same automatic reboot as you may have a lot of help.

So, here are the steps to do so:

  • Open the Start menu first, after that search for advanced updates, and then select the option of Advanced Windows Upgrade.
  • Go to that option, select Advanced Options and then go over it and change the settings, then select Notify Restart.

      2. Stop Automatic Updates

When Microsoft had released its new Windows 10, since then, it has not given any access to its users so that users can stop the incoming users.

After that, some users opposed this thing, then Microsoft thought after that and gave this access to Windows Home users, they can manually stop the automatic updates.  But it has not given any such pause to the Windows users so far, to prevent automatic problems.

However, there are some tricks that you can prevent from it even while Windows users are there. And to know in detail from this, see this complete article.

     3. Prevent Windows 10 from tasting your transfer speed for conveying updates to other people

A default setting in Windows 10 that also gives you an Internet connection so that you can access its update of Windows 10 to other users. With this setting of Microsoft, it is the aim that those users can reach every user one by one. But the good thing is that Microsoft has given the option to turn off this setting.

Here, there are some steps that help you to fix this setting.

  • Open the settings and then click on Upgrade and Security.
  • Open Windows Update area to one side and afterward select the Advanced choices to interface from the right.
  • Click on the option of how the updates are split and toggle to the off position.

      4. Erase files to guarantee free space

If you have updated your system from any version of Windows like Windows 8.1, Windows 7, or Windows XP to Windows 10, then you will be forced to know one thing about how much space your new operating system hard drive is consuming.

And the reason for this is Microsoft's new rule. Microsoft's rule is that for the first 30 days, Windows stores your old files as well, that's why the previous storage and up-to-date storage takes up about one space of the mill.

Once you are sure that you will go with Windows 10, then you can clear 20 and all you have to do is delete the Windows.old file inside the drive. But it will not delete easily, for that you follow the steps given below.
  • First, open the start menu and search for disk cleanup.
  • After doing so, it will ask you to select the specific drive from which you really want to scan.
  • When its scan is over, then you go to the next page and click on a cleanup system file.

      5. Disable Wi-Fi Sense 

According to my, you should fix these default settings immediately because Microsoft also connects your network password with your Facebook and Skype friends. So, to turn off this default setting, follow some of the given sentences below.

Windows 10: 5 Default Settings You Should Change Immediately After Install

  • Open Start menu, and the quest for Wi-Fi settings, and select Change Wi-Fi settings choice.
  • After all, this is done you go into it and click on Manage Wi-Fi settings. Just like you have shown in the photo, you select your network and uncheck the listed options.

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