Here's How To Stop Annoying Windows 10 Notification Updates
Microsoft's free Windows 10 upgrade offer is now over, but the company keeps on sending annoying upgrade notifications. Since it's no longer free, this means that the tech giant will simply want to you pay to upgrade to Windows 10 which costs a whopping £99.99, and Windows 10 Pro priced at £189.99. If you want the nagging to stop, try these proven and tested tricks to stop it from updating your devices.
Get started by using Never 10, which is the latest tool that can disable the upgrade. It's free, and you don't need to install it, plus there's a button which can delete any downloaded Windows 10 installation files that could be hogging up to 6.5GB of your hard drive space. Simply click a button and the necessary changes are made to your PC.
Another effective way to forever disable annoying Windows 10 notifications upgrade in the rare case that Never 10 doesn't work, is to try GWX Control Panel. Again, this one doesn't require installation, and it does much the same thing, except it has a few more buttons to click. According to PC Advisor, you should be careful to read the information in any notification to make sure that you won't be agreeing to anything you don't want.
According to PC World, there's another tool inherent in your computer system could help you delay Windows 10 updates especially if you're currently using Windows 7 or 8. You can do this by opening the settings app, then proceed to Update & security > Windows Update. Under the Update settings heading choose Advanced options, then look for the heading Choose when updates are installed.
If you're delaying Windows 10 update because you want to keep Windows 7 or 8 forever, don't worry if Microsoft will cease its support to them anytime soon. Latest news show that Windows 7 will be supported until 2020, and Windows 8 until 2023. Just make sure that you have the specified updates or service packs installed.
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