disable Windows 10 IoT

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So, I want to disable the Windows 10 IoT update. I am using Raspberry Pi3. My app is running as default and I am using it for remote control of electronic devices. When the IoT updates, the application doesn't work and I need to have my app available 24/7. 

can anybody help me out?

Mar 19 in IoT (Internet of Things) by Upasana
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All you have to do is stop and disable the update service. 

answered Mar 19 by Shubham
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