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Resolved How can I prevent Windows Time Service from waking up my PC?

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Matthew Wai, 2015/10/19.

  1. 2015/11/18
    MasterChief

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    I am not running a upgrade version, I am running a clean install so I don't see anything for MC. I don't like upgrades because of all the fat. Just one of my rules for Windows.
     
  2. 2015/11/19
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    Matthew: My apologies, unfortunately I could not get win 10 to upgrade properly due to a graphics driver MS insists on installing during the process putting my comp into a boot loop. So therefore I could not test my theory. I am not a huge fan of upgrade installations. I prefer clean installs. As per retiredlearner I could not perform the test anyway due the fact that WMC is not included with Win 10.
     
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  4. 2015/12/07
    Matthew Wai

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    I just thought up the answer to your question: Media Center had existed in my Windows 7, from which my OS was upgraded to Windows 10.
     
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    Matthew Wai

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    What remains on my Windows 10 after upgrading is not Media Center itself but its tasks in Task Scheduler.
     
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    Did you delete the entries from the task scheduler?
     
  8. 2015/12/08
    Matthew Wai

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    No, they are still there.
     

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