Prevent msn updating
Hi, in order to change the homepage from your browsers, go to settings and click on the view home page and edit it then change it to Google and save it. HOMEPAGEYou'd need to pop it to the top for me to see it.Even if the post is found in Search, when you go back to the forum, it goes to front page, not to the page where the post is in the listing.As a general rule, an up-to-date operating system is a secure operating system, and some people are terrible at updating their operating systems.That's probably why Microsoft has -- controversially -- decided to make Windows 10 an automatically-updating OS.I put a suggestion in Forum Feedback that Lee maybe for fun find the top 10 or 20 with the most views in each forum and give a listing for them on some page. Source : Disable the registry on : HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\Current Control Set\Services\Nla Svc\Parameters\Internet\Enable Active Probing Another link you can see :https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/ie/forum/ie10-windows_8/windows-8-goes-to-bing-by-itself-all-the-time/386e9a25-8149-4ee6-84b4-65332022c2a7Got to Settings then Update and Security.On the chome icon in windows, right mouse click, go to properties, In shortcuts, append a target page for example " look something like this now"C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe" " Chrome browser - click on the upper right-hand hamburger - click history - click history again to the left - click settings - under "on startup" check "open specific page" - click on "set pages" - click "MSN.com" - click x to right of the name - choose your new Chrome default homepage, e.g. In the "Find a Setting" dialogue box type "restricted" (don't hit enter). If you want to set a different home page or pages, type the urls in the little box before saving. There's prob a quicker way but this works so who cares.
Basically, the thing is that when we disable it from the Windows Update Center, only a part of it gets disabled.But Windows Update still starts automatically and eats up some of your precious bandwidth…