Here’s how to get rid of Microsoft’s nagging Windows 10 Upgrade prompts

I like Windows 10.  Simple as that.  It’s certainly better than Windows 8 and in computer years, Windows 7 is getting old.  Should you upgrade? – for most of us, yes.  I would recommend upgrading before July, 2016 while Microsoft is still giving the upgrade away for free.  But for some of us, there are many reasons why you would NOT want to upgrade (either now or later) – an incompatible program or piece of hardware, for example.  If you have a Windows 7 or 8 PC and are tired of the constant nag that pops up often from Microsoft asking if you want to upgrade to Windows 10, there are ways to get rid of it.  One way is with a free tool called GWX Control Panel.  The tool can remove and disable the ‘Get Windows 10’ notifications on your computer.

You can get more info HERE.  Download page HERE.

But don’t worry, even if you install this program, you can still upgrade to Windows 10 if and when you want to (either re-enable the Windows 10 upgrade prompts or manually download the upgrade).

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