How to Disable Offline Maps in Win 10 v2004?


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Hello,

Primary HDD, Windows 10 Home v1909 x64 bit, I can Disable Offline Maps, following this tutorial:

Secondary HDD, (Clean install) Windows 10 home v2004 x64 bit, I can not disable it :mad:
What am I doing wrong?

Thanks
Camelia

Primary HDD:

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Hi Camelia,

are you logged in as "admin"?. The message "This page has been disabled by your organization" tells me otherwise!. ;)
 
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Hi Camelia,

are you logged in as "admin"?. The message "This page has been disabled by your organization" tells me otherwise!. ;)

Yes I am the administrator and CEO of the "organization" :p

Also owner of this computer :p

Camelia
 
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Hi there, Just try these steps:-
1. Open the windows settings.
2. Go to apps and security>Maps.
3. Disable the metered connection and app update in the offline map tab.
 
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Hi there, Just try these steps:-
1. Open the windows settings.
2. Go to apps and security>Maps.
3. Disable the metered connection and app update in the offline map tab.

If I understood..... then it is disabled in my Secondary HD
Camelia

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Hi Camelia,

sure looks like it, but how is the main one doing?. :)

OK let's do this I will change my question to How Do I enable Offline Maps in Win 10 v2004/20H2 in my Primary HDD?
(Maybe this way I will understand what I did in order to disable)

Thanks
Came

Primary HDD, Offline Maps disabled

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Secondary HDD, Offline Maps enabled

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"This page has been disabled by your organization"
Hi Camelia,

that message tells us that you are quite possibly not logged in as Admin or you possibly have Windows 10 S which is meant for schools and the like!.

Press the Windows logo key and "r" and then type "winver" to determine which version of Windows 10 you have on your primary PC.

You will get the info as pictured below. :)

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Hi Camelia,

that message tells us that you are quite possibly not logged in as Admin or you possibly have Windows 10 S which is meant for schools and the like!.

Press the Windows logo key and "r" and then type "winver" to determine which version of Windows 10 you have on your primary PC.

You will get the info as pictured below. :)

Hello

I am the administrator, I have Windows Home x64
I disable offline maps but I dont remember how I did it... :(

Is not primary PC, is the same computer with two HDD
Primary HDD, Offline Maps disabled
Secondary HDD, Offline Maps enabled

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Camelia

Primary HDD, Offline Maps disabled, Windows 10 version:

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Hi,

as you are running version 2004, I advise you to do the upgrade to ver: 2009, see the link below and it may help fix the problem?.


UK English!, scroll down to the bottom left of the page to change the language! . :)
 
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Hi,

as you are running version 2004, I advise you to do the upgrade to ver: 2009, see the link below and it may help fix the problem?.


UK English!, scroll down to the bottom left of the page to change the language! . :)

What problem are you talking about?

I was asking how to disable Offline Maps, and the solution is here:
Code:
https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/106248-enable-disable-automatic-updates-offline-maps-windows-10-a.html

Camelia

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