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  1. Elsie Okulaja
    January 4, 2016 @ 10:15 PM

    I’m using windows 10. I don’t even have the metered connection option on the page either under “Wifi’ or ‘Data usage’ or any other, I’m paying very expensively for data and the auto downloads is too expensive for me to manage

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  2. Gonk
    September 24, 2015 @ 7:48 AM

    I have win 10 upgrade and a really slow internet connection. Its arrogance for Win to assume the world is on fast internet and so they force everyone to auto update so of us physically cant operate like that. I cant find any of the above options to make my LAN internet connection metered so the internet for me is essentially dead cause win 10 is constantly downloading what are for me huge patches to their OS grrrrrrrrrr It may be back to 8.1 for me – with much hassle

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  3. sebastian
    July 4, 2015 @ 3:23 PM

    I dont know whats happening with my pc. I have 8.1 but it automatically turned all connections to metered and with the whole pc being metered it cant scan for wireless connection. I have followed these steps but nothing major changed. Guess ill just go to best buy…

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  4. Lily
    December 30, 2014 @ 10:49 PM

    Everytime I click to turn the it “on” to allow download for metered connection, it won’t stay. When I go back to the setting, it’s back at the “off” position. How can I fix this? I’m unable to install my updates because of it.

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  5. Keith Miller
    December 20, 2014 @ 2:15 AM

    For what asinine reason can’t an Ethernet connection be set as metered? It’s still costing me money the same as if I connected via wireless using the same data quota. Unbelievable. Only Microsoft could come up with that. This shouldn’t even be relevant, except Microsoft wants to track everything you do in real-time. I’m amazed that the install process doesn’t request that M$ can stick a microscopic camera into your bodily orifii, which of course, would be on by default.

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