This has been raised by others previously, but not been mentioned for a while. All solutions to the W10 Home update auto downloads problem suggest that enabling the Wi-Fi 'metered connection' button will stop this. This is fine if your connection is wi-fi. Most of the IT world considers everybody now to have unlimited, high speed, unmetered internet connections. Do Microsoft [and many others] even consider people who don't. We have a satellite internet connection here in Australia [basically a large but very slow wi-fi connection], limited to 20gb per month, costing $60AU, most of which we need to preserve for my daughter's schooling. Program, update, and game downloads are often corrupted because of varying download speeds and interruptions, causing quota waste. There are probably over 150,000 connections like this here, many with only half that quota, and world wide, millions more, many worse. Yet Microsoft and many developers deem it acceptable to forcibly bombard people with these type connections with material we don't want or need, thus reducing our quota even further. At least with W7 and 8, I had the option to choose. So, the question is - if I change my home network from Ethernet to wi-fi, so that there is no cable connection to the router, will I then have access to the metered connection button? I am assuming that W10 currently recognises my Ethernet connection, which is why this button is not visible.