HI all! So this next piece of text is my first experience with Windows10, you can skip it bcause it's not the main question. I got me an Asus t100chi tablet/laptop. And it had Win10 pre-installed. Quickly I became familiar with the aggresive update nature of this piece of S.. oftware. After a while I got frustrated Win10 updated device drivers I did not want it to. And many updates seemed persistant (ie. non-removable afterwards). And so I thought to reset the D.. Ire thing and start fresh. It is the home edition of Win10 btw. So after the pc-reset to factory defaults I started fresh and began configuring the Sh... oftware to my liking, then restarted. Guess what. For some reason the downloaded updates from my previous Win10 setup got installed again. WHILE I purposely did not set up my wifi this time. Also before resetting To factory defaults I fdeleted my wifi-pass and disabled the wifi. Somehow Win10 either secretly downloaded patches without my consent using my wifi and pass which I disabled, or it saved the previous updates somewhere.. And here are my questions (i hope you can help): *Where could Win10 possibly store updates from my previous setup and (how) can I remove these before I reset my PC to factory defaults again? - So it wont install the persistant updates. *Will Win10 download and install the so called persistant critical updates (that cannot be uninstalled afterwards) even if I tell win10 my Wifi is a metered connection? -if yes how to prevent this if possible. *I installed gpedit to reach group policy and the settings for the update feuture: set it to disable. How can I check if this works to prevent automatic updates to my tablet? *Tell me who I need to shoot to get hours of my life back wasted on dealing with this shyt???!! You guys (and girls) are awesome.. I got more questions, but first things first.