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Method 1. How to Set the Ethernet, Wireless & 3G/4G connection as Metered in Windows 10.
1. From Start
menu, select Settings
and then open Network and Internet.
2. Select the Wi-Fi (or the 3G/4G) connection from the left and then click at Manage known Networks.
3. Highlight the Wireless connection you 're connected to, and click Properties.
4. Drag the Set as metered connection switch to ON.
5. Repeat the same steps to set the Ethernet connection or the 3G/4G connection as metered. *
* Note: For the Ethernet connection, select 'Ethernet' from the left and then click at 'Connected' at the right pane to view the metered connection options.
Method 2. Set All Network Connections as Metered using Registry. (Windows 10, 8/8.1)
If you want to set all the available connections as Metered, by modifying registry, then follow the steps below:
1. Simultaneously press the Windows
+ R keys to open run command box.
2. Type regedit and press Enter.
3. At the left pane, navigate to this key: *
  • HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\NetworkList\DefaultMediaCost
4. As you can see, at the right pane, where all the available network connections are listed, the default DWORD value in the 3G and the 4G connection, is "2". The value "2" means that the connection is metered.
5. Important: Before proceeding to modify Windows registry, first take a backup of the current settings of the "DefaultMediaCost" registry key. To do that:
1. Right click at "DefaultMediaCost" key and select Export.
2. Save the exported registry file on your Desktop. *
* Note: If something goes wrong, or you want to restore the default registry key settings, just double click on the exported registry file and merge its contents to the registry.
6. Right click at the DefaultMediaCost registry key and select Permissions…
7. At 'Permissions' window, click Advanced.
8. Click Change Owner.
9. Type Administrators and press OK. *
* Note: If you want to give full permission to your user account only, then type your account name in the box.
10. Check the Replace owner on subcontainers and objects checkbox and click Apply.
11. Then double-click to open Administrators entry.
12. Check the Full Control checkbox and press OK three (3) times, to return back to registry.
13. Now at the right pane of "DefaultMediaCost", double click at Ethernet and change its value data from 1 to 2. *
14. Repeat the same step and change the value data from 1 to 2 to all registry keys (3G, 4G, Default & WiFI).
15. After changing the value data, to all keys, you should see a similar screen:
15. Close registry editor and restart your computer. *
* Note: If you change your decision and you want Windows to automatically download and install updates, just change the values back to 1, or just double click at the exported registry (.reg) file on you desktop and merge it contents to the registry.
That’s it! Let me know if this guide has helped you by leaving your comment about your experience. Please like and share this guide to help others.
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