This fullscreen update notification pop-up


  1. Posts : 36
    10 Enterprise LTSB
       #1

    This fullscreen update notification pop-up


    I'm not even sure what to call this "Updates are available" pop-up. Is this a toast notificaiton?


    (img url: https://vgy.me/hM0U1M.png)

    I had my windows 10 beaten down into submission, all configured without the controversal or obtrusive features, but after installing some of the latest Serving Stack & Cumulative Update packages, some stuff must have reverted because I'm seeing this annoying pop-up for the first time.

    How do I disable it without having leave Windows Update Service entirely disabled?
      My Computer


  2. Posts : 17,832
    Windows 10
       #2

    blksith0 said:
    I'm not even sure what to call this "Updates are available" pop-up. Is this a toast notificaiton?


    (img url: https://vgy.me/hM0U1M.png)

    I had my windows 10 beaten down into submission, all configured without the controversal or obtrusive features, but after installing some of the latest Serving Stack & Cumulative Update packages, some stuff must have reverted because I'm seeing this annoying pop-up for the first time.

    How do I disable it without having leave Windows Update Service entirely disabled?
    In Settings, turn off notifications for the item or select it to adjust specifics.

    Notifications for Apps - Turn On or Off in Windows 10

    This fullscreen update notification pop-up-000141.png
      My Computer


  3. Posts : 25,011
    10 Home x64 (21H2) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)
       #3

    blksith0 said:
    I'm not even sure what to call this "Updates are available" pop-up....

    ... I'm seeing this annoying pop-up for the first time...
    I have never seen a full-screen notification like that. I would suspect malware and would scan with AdwCleaner.

    Edit: Probably because I'm not on Pro and haven't played around with windows update in gpedit. It may well be a legit MS message, see this thread...
    Windows 10 "Updates are available" POPUP (VERY ANNOYING)
      My Computers


 

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