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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.


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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.


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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.


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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.


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


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