Just one last step to completely off your background data and have rest of mind

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If you  have been doing other things just to get your pc to stop consuming too much data, I know you have probably disable your background data (windows update) on your machine but still no nice result right… dont worry, I was in your shoe some minutes before this post until I asked my  brother who showed just one simple step and GBAM!!! the idiot no dey drink ma data again,

This is just simple…

hit your start button, or your window button as the case may be,

Type RUN in the search box and click on the result, done?

Now type “services.msc” in the box provided and hit your enter key on your keyboard, done?

Okay Look among all those services on the opened window and check for “Background Intelligence Transfer Service” and i suppose it’s RUNNING right? Just right-click on  it and look for DISABLE or STOP and hit on it, NO USE VEXINATION HIT AM O, EH EH, wait, i don finish na, that’s just it…

No, you might notice that after you have stopped it, when you reboot your machine, you’ll see that it’s still consuming data again, don’t worry, just repeat the process and right-click and head straight to properties and look for STARTUP and select DISABLE from the drop down menu, or just do it at that first instance and it will stop entirely.

just go and check how your data is now being consumed… and…

 

 

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