Are you tired of Windows 10 to bother you with the splash screen “Get More Out of Windows thậm” (Get more power of Windows) every update? It may be helpful for some, but deterrent to those who don’t. Here’s how to turn it off.
First, open Settings by clicking on the Start menu and selecting the little gear icon (or you can press Win + I on your keyboard).
In Settings , click System.
In System , select Notifications & actions in the sidebar.
On the Notifications & actions screen, uncheck the box of Suggest ways I can finish setting up my device to get the most out of Windows .
If you want to prevent another pop-up after an update – which suggests “What’s New” tips – you can also uncheck the box next to “Show me the Windows welcome experience after” updates and occasionally when I sign in to highlight what’s new and suggested ” .
When you’re done, close Settings. Then, next time you update, you won’t see the Get more out of Windows screen anymore. The more streamlined Windows 10 experience is a must.
Hope you are succesful.
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