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How to Reset Data Usage Stats in Windows 10


How to Reset Data Usage Stats in Windows 10

How to Reset Data Usage Stats in Windows 10
Regular computer users usually keep an eye on their data usage and bandwidth consumption, especially users with limited data consumption plans.

Windows 10 comes with a built-in data usage monitor which calculates and shows the network data consumption by all your apps, software, program, Windows Update, etc.

Although the feature automatically resets the stats every 30 days, those 30 days might not line up with your data plan's billing period, rendering those default stats useless to you. Starting with the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (version 1709), the users can now reset the stats at any time to track their data usage over a period that makes more sense for them.

To reset the data usage statistics on Windows 10, do the following:

1. Open Settings.
2. Click on Network & Internet.
3. Click on Data usage.
4. Click the View usage details link.

5. Click the Reset usage stats button.

Once you've completed the steps, the data counters will reset and continue track network activity as a rolling total of the last 30 days.
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