I made the mistake of installing it on my Acer laptop two days ago. It did not work well, and I reverted to Windows 10 this morning. I was happy until I noticed I had a notification update: I need to restart my computer to install Windows 11!
How can I stop this installation? I looked in my downloads folder, hoping to be able to delete that miserable piece of software but I don't see it.
Sooner or later, I will have to turn off my laptop and restart it. Please help!
Thank you so much for your tips!
Greetings, I found this guide that may be helpful, it appears you would have to perform registry edits to do so, which we cannot provide direct support for, but you may follow the guide here: https://www.howtogeek.com/765377/how-to-block-the-windows-11-update-from-installing-on-windows-10/
Thank you, thank you, thank you! I am not particularly computer-savvy, but I followed the instructions -- and I have stopped Windows 11 from messing with my laptop! In fact, I had to follow the instructions twice -- the first time, after I followed the instructions, I realized I had suspended all updates. When I restarted my computer, the Windows 11 notification was still there. I figured I had to authorize updates first, then go through the process again of editing the registry, and then restart my laptop, with my fingers crossed. It worked! I realize I will have to update the info in the registry to get Windows 10 updates, but that's o.k. Now I know how to do it.
Thank you again!
You're welcome, glad to hear that article was able to help you out!
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