Windows 10: How can I stop Win7 pestering me about upgrading to Win10?
How can I stop Win7 pestering me about upgrading to Win10?
I don't want my PC to upgrade to Windows 10, not yet, anyway. I just can't be bothered with all the hassle. Yet it keeps pestering me to upgrade; I can't get it to shut up about Windows 10. The pesky pestery popups have, at best, an 'upgrade later' button (which starts the download), but no 'forget it' button. I may upgrade later, at my convenience, when I'm good and ready and have the time and patience to deal with it (install patches, classic shell restorers, deal with software that doesn't behave in W10, get used to the non-changeable colours and invisible borders and smartphone/tablet-friendly-but-classic-PC-unfriendly stuff and blocky retro squared-off windows.
So how can I tell Windows 7 to stop going on about it?
I have a dual boot set up - Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit on an SSD drive and Windows 8.1 on a second hard drive. I would like to upgrade Windows 8.1 to Windows 10 and keep the Windows 7 OS in tact.
Is this possible? Can I just go through the...
I'm wondering, if after upgrading a PC to windows 10, can I use the old Windows 7 product key to install windows 7 on another PC?
Here's the situation. I have a 17" laptop with two Win 7 drives set up with dual boot. One is a 128gb SSD with all my work software. (AutoCad, Rhino, etc) The other is a new 256 SSD with only the Win7 OS installed. Both use the same laptop...
My machine has two boot volumes. vol3 (win7 now win10) and vol5 (win8 tp10).
After automatic upgrade of win7p to Win10p(64) on vol3, all appeared to be well. It activated just fine (good network) and Edge and Chrome work fine. However, IE11,...
I have 4 PCs; I was able to upgrade 3, but the fourth one the desktop I couldn't upgrade it.
I followed all the workarounds and solution were offered I downloaded the Windows Creation Tool
and still cannot update.
What should I do?