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My computer frequently drops out of windowa and the latency many times is much higher than it should be. Sometimes close to 10300 ms. I believe that this happens when companies are doing upgrades to their programs that I have in my computer. What can I do to stop these problems from occuring.

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Don´t let that other companies upgrade programs from you computer. You can do this by blocking them. Go to control panel, go to firewall and do what you need in there.

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