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  1.    01 Sep 2015 #60

    Nice & Useful! Thanks Shawn :)
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  2.    02 Sep 2015 #61

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    Hello Mertzi, :)

    I can confirm that setting the policy using a .reg file to disable automatic updates will not work in the Windows 10 Home Edition.

    The tutorial below has some other options that may help you with this in Windows 10 Home though.

    Thanks! I guess option 5 could work, but that is kind of a hassle every time I want to update and not worth it. I like window 8.1 so I'll stick with it.
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  3.    29 Sep 2015 #62

    There are two updates with the same name that I need to hide because they crashes my video drivers. But with this tool I am able to hide only one of them (even if I select both - only first hides). Is there any way to fix this?
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       29 Sep 2015 #63

    Hello Spello, and welcome to Ten Forums. :)

    If both entries have the same name, then usually it'll be the same update, and one may just be a newer version.

    Please post a screenshot showing this to see what the issue could be.

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  5.    29 Sep 2015 #64

    I try to hide two updates, but only the earliest is hidden
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    the newer update is still visible and I can't hide it
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       29 Sep 2015 #65

    What happens when you select to hide the other one after you had already hidden the first one?
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  7.    29 Sep 2015 #66

    The message says it was successfully hidden, but in fact - it doesn't and still shows only one as hidden. As on screens above.
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       29 Sep 2015 #67

    Does it still show as an available update in Windows Update?
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  9.    29 Sep 2015 #68

    Yes, Windows Update forces me to install this...
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       29 Sep 2015 #69

    Odd, I must admit that I'm not sure what else to suggest since you are limited in your options in Windows 10 Home.

    Did you already turn off automatically download and install drivers?

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