1.    17 May 2017 #1
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    I have Windows 10 v1703 and I noticed that by downloading the latest build from Windows Update and disabling the Ethernet connection (via the control panel) before pressing the Restart button, this connection will automatically be enabled at the end of the installation process. Why? How can I avoid this?

    During the Windows reset performed by the Advanced Startup Options displayed with Shift + Restart in the sign-in screen, the files and directories, created during the upgrade to a new build, are automatically deleted? If not, how do I delete them?

    In Audit mode, the Windows Update and app update feature is automatically turned off? If not, how do I do this?

    Thanks

    Bye
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  2.    02 Jun 2017 #2
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    I'm still waiting for some answers.

    Thanks

    Bye
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  3.    02 Jun 2017 #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by balubeto View Post
    I have Windows 10 v1703 and I noticed that by downloading the latest build from Windows Update and disabling the Ethernet connection (via the control panel) before pressing the Restart button, this connection will automatically be enabled at the end of the installation process. Why? How can I avoid this?

    During the Windows reset performed by the Advanced Startup Options displayed with Shift + Restart in the sign-in screen, the files and directories, created during the upgrade to a new build, are automatically deleted? If not, how do I delete them?

    In Audit mode, the Windows Update and app update feature is automatically turned off? If not, how do I do this?



    Thanks

    Bye
    First question: can't really say but many Builds put things back to "normal", sometimes even have to reinstall programs that previously worked good. To prevent an automatic connection to the 'net one needs to unplug the Ethernet cable, turn off the Modem or on Notebooks physically turn off the Wi-Fi.

    Second question: there is a Disk Cleanup feature that usually should take care of that.

    Third question: haven't had to use Audit Mode but one can turn off Windows Update in Computer Management, Services.

    Others may have better answers but you seemed to be waiting for one of us Volunteers to read your question and have those 'better' answers.
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