Windows 10 has just been released – many of you have been asking me
how to remove the annoying notification to upgrade in Windows 7 and
It is actually not too hard.
There is a registry key that you can set, and after a reboot it will
no longer nag you to upgrade to windows 10
This is the key:
Under it you create a new DWORD value named:
Set it to 1, and reboot.
You can also use the remote execute feature of Network Administrator to push this out.
Create a bat file with the following line
reg add HKLM\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Gwx /v DisableGwx /t REG_DWORD /d 1 /f
Once you have it created, save it (You could name it say…win10remove.bat) and you can then push it out.
Select the remote execute action:
Then select the bat file you created:
(make sure you run it as system)
Then pick the computers and go.
You can download Network Administrator from here:
One thing to take note of – for Network Administrator to work you are going to need to open the admin share on remote machines.
These articles will help you out with that:
Windows Vista, 2008:
Windows 7, 2008 R2:
From a script on any version of windows (Must run as administrator):
With Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8 – Make sure you make the registry change noted in those articles, or you will get an access denied
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