Windows 10 can impact your raiding (if you leave it default)

Windows 10 by default sets up a peer to peer network for updates.  Most the time creating lots of connections and uploading wouldn’t be a big deal, but during raids in WoW where fps and latency can become an issue this isn’t ideal.  Here’s how to limit it so you only share via your own network or to completely turn it off.  It defaults to setting up peer to peer networking across “PCs on my local network and PCs on the internet” if you don’t change anything from the initial upgrade.  To begin click the Start Menu and then Settings.  The screenshots below will guide you through it.

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