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How to stop Windows 10 installing
Many people are finding their computers are now automatically upgrading to Windows 10. This is because the Windows 10 update has changed, something which Microsoft which has recently been criticised for.
Whilst we have found Windows 10 to be adequate, our advice has always been to plan for the upgrade first - by checking the compatibility and functionality matches your expectations.
How to cancel the automatic upgrade
If you decide you don't want Windows 10 then when you see a screen similar to the above one, avoid pressing the red cross as this won't stop the upgrade.
Instead, you need to click on choose a time which will then allow you to cancel the installation.
You may not see the above screen. There are 3 other upgrade screens that can be shown:
Select I need more time
Select Click here to change upgrade schedule or cancel scheduled upgrade
Select Click here to reschedule or cancel
These options will all take you to a screen which will allow you to cancel the upgrade for good.
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