This tutorial explains how to prevent Windows 7 or 8.1 from upgrading to Windows 10.
Windows 10, the most advanced version of Windows, is loved and appreciated by millions of users. However, it is also a fact that many others are happy to work with Windows 7 and 8.1. Still, Microsoft is trying or prompting users (who are running lower versions) to upgrade to Windows 10 by automatic upgrades.
Many tools came in existence to prevent upgrades to Windows 10. However, if you still facing that Windows 10 icon in the system tray and want to prevent upgrading to Windows 10, then a tool, named Never10, can help you surely.
Never10 tool checks if Windows 10 upgrade is currently enabled on your PC or not. If it detects that upgrade is enabled, then you can disable Windows 10 upgrade in a single click.
Above you can see Windows 10 upgrade disabled by me on Windows 7 using this tiny tool.
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How To Prevent Windows 7 or 8.1 from Upgrading To Windows 10?
Step 1: Use this link to grab this Never10 tool. It is a portable tool.
Step 2: Execute it to open the UI and it will automatically check for Windows 10 upgrade on your Windows 7 or 8 PC. If the upgrade is enabled, you can turn it off using the Disable Win10 Upgrade button.
Step 3: In case, you change your mind later, you can open its interface again and use Enable Win10 Upgrade button to turn on Windows 10 upgrade.
Never10 is simpler, if not simplest, solution to stop receiving Windows 10 upgrades on your Windows 7/8/8.1 PC. Just two mouse clicks are needed turn off and turn on Windows 10 upgrades. If other tools are not working for you, you should definitely give a try to this tiny tool.