Windows 10: O&O Syspectr makes selective updates possible again

  1.    12 Sep 2015 #1

    O&O Syspectr makes selective updates possible again


    I just discovered this software which makes selective updates possible again. It seems like it's free as long as you don't want to manage more than 5 PCs. I'm currently trying it and so far it seems to work as it should. The software also comes with various possibilities to keep an eye on important specs of your PC. But for me only the selective updates are actually interesting.
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  2.    17 Sep 2015 #2

    Let me see if I understand what the command you give here can do. My sys uses the Hughsnet isp which goes into a router
    and then over ethernet wiring to the computer. Win 10 sees this as a wired connection and will not make this a metered connection.
    Are you saying this command will make this a metered connection? Thanks.

    Sorry, I put this in the wrong thread. Please forget.
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