How to Turn Off Windows 10 Automatic Update

Even though Microsoft started offering users a option to delay automatic updates, it’s only limited to enterprise users and it’s still a “delay”.

But there is a way to “turn off” or “disable” Windows 10 update, no matter which version you’re using.

Here’s how:

First, open Network & Internet settings by right-clicking your Network Icon on the taskbar, or go to Settings – Network & Internet.

Then, click the “Change connection properties”.

Scroll down and turn on the “Metered connection”. This will disable your automatic Windows update and you will have to check update manually if you want update.

Nvidia Showcases The Power of The Turing Architecture

Nvidia revealed Asteroids demo to showcases how Turing GPU architecture can dramatically improve performance and image quality in certain situation.

By using it’s programmable geometric shading pipeline built on task and mesh shaders, Asteroids achieves very high frame rates by moving key object list processing performance bottlenecks off of the CPU and into highly parallel GPU mesh shading programs.

Japanese Company Announced New Robot Pet

Japanese robotics company Groove X revealed robot pet called Lovot, at 349,000 yen ($3200). Which features home security, babe sitting, and more.

Lovot is now only available at pair package, at 598,000 yen ($5,300), single unit will be available at 2020, at 349,000 yen.

For more info and purchase, click here(Japanese).

Microsoft Announced Official Windows VM

Microsoft announced that they will feature it’s own VM(Virtual Machine) on Windows 10 March update, called Windows Sandbox.

VM is commonly used when users try to run untrusted apps, so that random malware can’t ruin your real PC, and data.

Windows Sandbox requires:

  • Windows 10 Pro or Enterprise build 18301 or later
  • AMD64 architecture
  • Virtualization capabilities enabled in BIOS
  • At least 4GB of RAM (8GB recommended)
  • At least 1 GB of free disk space (SSD recommended)
  • At least 2 CPU cores (4 cores with hyperthreading recommended)