The solution is simple to customize the Auto-Play settings in Windows-10 e.g. enable or disable!
1.) ... The AutoPlay in Windows 10 Settings!
2.) ... Open the Windows-10 AutoPlay Settings in Control Panel!!
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Window-Logo + I keyboard shortcut), and click on the Symbol Devices. And customize the Auto-Play settings in Windows 10 ;-) (... see Image-1 Arrow 1 to 4)
Windows 10 Control Panel, for example via Windows-Logo+X Keyboard Shortcut and select AutoPlay and customize (... see Image-2 Arrow 1 to 4)
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In the Auto-Play list next to each type of media that you do not want to be asked about, click or tap Take no action, and don't forget to Save the settings via one click on Save Button. (... see Image-3 Arrow-1)
Useful info from Microsoft:
If you have connected a volume device to your PC for example, a USB drive or external hard drive, this device will not appear in the Devices section of Windows-10 AutoPlay. Windows-10 AutoPlay only lists non volume devices for example, some digital cameras, video cameras, and smartphones. This is because these devices do not use a standard file system and AutoPlay cannot browse the contents of these devices to see what types of files they contain.
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FAQ 139: Updated on: June 17th 2016 20:27