Background Intelligent Transfer Service

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    Background Intelligent Transfer Service

    I hope this is where I post this if not I'm sorry. I have windows 10 and the last version of 2004. I noticed when I use google chrome or Microsoft Edge the background intelligent transfer service comes on. But when I exit the browser the background intelligent transfer service is still running in the background connected to google servers and using tcp . The only way I get it to stop is to troubleshoot bits and it will stop then. But I don't want to do that every time I use google or edge. I just noticed this happening since the the update on June 14. Is anyone else having this issue? When I go into resource monitor that is where I noticed that bits is still attached to google and or a microsoft edge server. I have done troubleshooting and everything comes back that nothing is wrong. If I let background intelligent transfer service running in the background I noticed under performance in task manager that my wifi is going crazy I hope that makes sense.

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    I guess no one else is having this issue. If I use google chrome or Microsoft Edge after I close it down I go an make sure I trouble shoot Background Intelligent Transfer Service in order to get to stop running and being connected to google servers after closing the browser.
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    It's normal for BITS to be running. Fear not. And leave it alone.
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    Here's some more info below from Microsoft about the Background Intelligent Transfer Service to help.
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    Thank you so much for the advice margrave55 and Brink. I was just nervous because I saw that is was still connected to google servers after the browser was closed. I also noticed that background intelligent transfer service was also eating up memory it got up to 22.5 mb. I also observed that when bits was running after the browser was closed it was still sending and receiving over 10 mb of information through tcp and it would go higher all day is that Normal? What information is being send and receive through tcp if the browser is closed> I'm not wise on computers and got nervous when I saw this happening.
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