How to allow all Win10 Updates but prevent all Win11 Update notifictn?


  1. Posts : 128
    Win10
       #1

    How to allow all Win10 Updates but prevent all Win11 Update notifictn?


    I am working with the newest Windows 10 version.

    When I look at my systray a symbol appears indicating that new updates are available.
    But the missing updates are UPGRADES to Windows 11.

    I don't want to be remembered for all "Windows 11" updates.
    And I don't wan to install Windows 11.

    But I want to be remembered for all Windows 10 updates.
    and manually install them after download.

    When I right-click on the SysTray symbol and select the taskbar context menu "Hide for now" then it will re-appear after a while.

    So this is NOT a solution forever.

    Any other way?
      My Computer


  2. Posts : 17,015
    Windows 10 Home x64 Version 22H2 Build 19045.4170
       #2

    I have seen the suggestion that you use
    Specify Target Feature Update Version - TenForumsTutorials
    by specifying a Windows 10 Version [such as your current 22H2]
    but I was not convinced so I asked in the tutorial thread - see posts #50-#53.
    It certainly seems, based on communal experience to date, that the method works to ward off Windows 11.

    I've just set it on one of my computers [which asked me if I wanted Windows 11 only this morning].
    - I had to create the TargetReleaseVersionInfo entry [New, String value]
    - I set it to 25H2 in the hope that it does not need changing.
    - If the Windows 11 threat re-appears I'll change it to 22H2 [my current version] to see if that's any better.
    How to allow all Win10 Updates but prevent all Win11 Update notifictn?-targetreleaseversioninfo-25h2.png

    I'll post again if anything happens.


    All the best,
    Denis
      My Computer


  3. Posts : 43,235
    Win 10 Pro (22H2) (2nd PC is 22H2)
       #3

    It's worked for me... (widely documented).
      My Computers


 

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