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3 Simple Steps to Turn Off Windows 10 Automatic Updates

Windows 10 automatically download and install updates, and there are no options like previous Windows Version which you can choose either you want it to install them or not. Since most telco applied Data usage limit (Quota) to your broadband/Internet plan, Microsoft set a feature that Windows will not downloads Update from a metered connection, by default certain connections such as mobile internet already set to metered connection. However you can change your Wifi connection as a metered connection, so that whenever you use that metered connection Windows will not use that connection to download and install updates.

So here are the simple steps

1. Type WI-FI in the search box then select change wifi setting.

2. Click Advance Options.

3. Now Turn on the metered connection by clicking on the on/off slide bar.

Now your Windows Updates is Turned Off.

How to Fix Common Astro Remote Problems

Without astro remote, our decoder just like a non-functional decoder. Latest decoder such as beyond have no button at all (only power button..sigh) compare to old decoder which have some handy buttons. There are actually some trick you can do fix your remote:

Volume and Mute Button Not Working.
We get this a lot, whenever we press the Volume or the mute button it does not work. Actually it is simple to fix it, press the volume up (+) button together with the big OK button until LED indicator blink twice. Now your volume and mute button should work.

In case it volume up did not work, try with the volume down (-) button.

All button Not working Properly
First of all this normally caused by weak battery. If you are lazy to buy one, remove the battery and smash it a little bit with hard stuff. Normally I just bite it with my teeth. the good advice would be buy a good battery and prepare additional battery.

Reset your Remote
Reset is handy trick to overcome any problem with our remote.
1. We…

How to check Credit Balance - all Malaysia Telco

To check your credit balance, what you need to do is dial the USSD code base on your telco/SIM provider.

Altel           : *124#
Celcom      : *124#
Digi           : *126#
Maxis        : *122#
Redone      : *123#
Toneplus    : *111*3#
Tune talk   : *133#Umobile    : *118*8#
XOX         : *132#