You can enable and disable hot spot 2k 20 and enable auto-detection of your hot spot

By default, Windows 10 will detect your hot spots automatically.

However, if you want to disable it, you can do so in the settings.

You can see your hotSpot 2k settings in the image below.

When you click on the HotSpot 2K button, you’ll see a list of hot spots that Windows 10 can see.

You can see if you have a specific hot spot that’s currently visible or if there’s a hot spot you’ve already configured in the Windows 10 hot spot manager.

For example, if your current hot spot is the Windows Live hotspot, you should enable that hot spot.

If your current hotspot is a Windows Live shared pool, you’d want to make sure it’s enabled for both pools.

The hot spot detection feature is great for troubleshooting, but you may also want to turn it off.

There are several ways to disable hot spots, and you can see which ones you’re currently using here.

If you’re using Windows 10 Home, you might want to switch back to the old way of detecting hot spots.