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To be honest, I had a strange issue where a system had all sorts
of issues due to a dead wireless card.
The card was not compatible with windows 10 though, and it was
certainly a dead card, like its company was allready in bit heaven
and the card was allready unsupported.
A new card fixed all issues.
Sadly there are places you can buy a computer for cheap with bits
Those bits may be outdated and scrap themselves though.
On 23/03/2019 4:24 AM, Sarah k Alawami
Set your active hours and it will check. I
prsonaly have mine set between 8 and 5. It checks outside of
that and if Im' on the computer Oh well. I personally don't
feel the lag but the system has mostly good parts in it.
On 21 Mar 2019, at 22:22, Kwork wrote:
Hi, I've done that, but it only seems to effect when
Windows won't start to complete updates, not when
Windows actually automatically checks for updates.
On 3/21/2019 9:33 PM, Sarah k
Settings, last item, then windows
update. It's there. Check for active hours. I've
done this w/ nvda.
On 21 Mar 2019, at 21:22, Kwork wrote:
How do I change the time of day when
Windows 10 automatically checks for updates.
Right now it's doing so exactly at 7:29 pm, and
I feel the slight bit of sluggishness when it
does. I'd like it to check and update outside of
my active usage hours. Thanks for any help. I've
looked through settings, and haven't found
anything that will let me do it so far. If there
is something I'm missing that may not be NVDA
accessible, even that info would be helpful.