Enable, Disable, and Customize AutoPlay on Windows 10 | How to do it is easy.

how to enable disable and customize autoplay on windows 10.

When you insert a removable device such as a CD, DVD, or memory card into your computer, you often see the Windows “AutoPlay” pop-up. AutoPlay detects the type of disc or media inserted and automatically pop-up. But if you find this feature annoying, you can disable AutoPlay on Windows 10.

Enable or Disable AutoPlay in Settings

1. Open “Settings”, then click the “Devices” icon.

2. Click “AutoPlay” on the left side, and slide the On/Off button to “Use AutoPlay for all media and devices”. If you select Off, the Windows “AutoPlay” pop-up will no longer appear.

3. You can also keep autoplay enabled, and customized settings. Under “Choose AutoPlay Defaults”, you can select the option you want to autoplay when a disc or other media is detected.

4. You can also press and hold the “Shift” button when you insert a removable device to open the Autoplay notification.


Enable or Disable AutoPlay from Control Panel

1. Open the “Control Panel”, select the “icons view” view, then click the “AutoPlay” icon.

2. Check / Uncheck the “Use AutoPlay for all media and devices” box to enable or disable AutoPlay. If you choose to enable, you can choose the option you want to autoplay when a disk or other media is detected.


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