Windows 10 is apparently using peer-to-peer technology as part of its approach to distributing updates. by Leo A. Notenboom https://askleo.com/19978 #askleo #download Related Posts Turn Off Windows 10 Peer-to-Peer Delivery Optimization - Windows 10 peer-to-peer sharing (or "delivery optimization") is a technology used to make updates quicker and more reliable. Unfortunately, it does come with some risk. What Is Peer-to-Peer File Sharing, and Is It Legit? - Peer-to-peer file-sharing programs have a bad reputation because of the content they're often used to download. But the technology is quite legal and useful for legitimate purposes. How Do I Disable Windows Updates in Windows 10 Home? - Windows 10 Home edition gives you little control of Windows Update. I do have a fairly large hammer you can use. Will Microsoft Stop Forcing Windows 10 Updates? - While it is frustrating, Microsoft doesn't give us as much control over Windows 10 updates as we might like.