remove windows 11 ad on windows 10

MEKI KATT 1 Reputation point
2022-05-08T08:32:26.603+00:00

on my laptop every few weeks i get a "recommendation " to try out windows 11
i want to turn that off

and no i dont want to try windows 11 the more i learn about it the more sure i am i definitely don't want it
for starters its combining the power and space usage of windows 10(actually it uses even more ) with the functionality of a lightweight Chromebook and then the tpm module trusted platform stuff

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  1. T. Kujala 8,706 Reputation points
    2022-05-08T08:57:30.477+00:00

    Hi @MEKI KATT ,

    You can try the following method.

    block windows11 upgrade

    • Select Start.
    • Type gpedit.msc.
    • Navigate to Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Windows Update > Windows Update for Business.
    • Double-click on "Select the target Feature Update version".
    • Set the policy to Enabled.
    • Type Windows 10 in the first field, and 21H2 in the second field.
    • Select OK.
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