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    Tired of the Windows 10 upgrade notice in tasktray remove

    If you want to get rid of it uninstall update (KB3035583) then hide it if it comes up again on the Windows Update screen.

    Voila no more spesky win10 update in task tray.



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    Not only is their downloading of gigabytes of an update annoying, but then there is 'Wi-Fi Sense', where they are storing and potentially sharing your wifi's SSID and password, without your knowledge.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Keeble View Post
    If you want to get rid of it uninstall update (KB3035583) then hide it if it comes up again on the Windows Update screen.

    Voila no more spesky win10 update in task tray.



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    I find no such update Rob
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