Windows operating system tends tk install drivers and updates automatically. Even though this is always recommended because new updated drivers, when installed, improve the performance stability of the computer. But if you do not want your computer to automatically install device drivers and updates, you can turn it off. Device installation settings in Windows enables you to deal with turning on or off the installation process. So, if you frequently need to change the settings, you can create a shortcut on your Desktop and alter the settings as and when required. The following tutorial will help you to create Device installation settings shortcut in Windows 10.
Steps to Create a Device Installation Settings Shortcut in Windows 10
1. First of all, long press or right click on an empty space in Desktop, go to New and then select Shortcut.
2. In the address field copy and paste the following command
%SystemRoot%\System32\rundll32.exe %SystemRoot%\System3\newdev.dll,DeviceInternetSettingUi 2
Click Next to continue.
3. Now type a name of your choice. For e.g. Device Installation Settings and click Finish.
4. Your shortcut is created.