Windows 10 lets you turn off notifications to restart your computer. Most of the time, the Microsoft system needs to restart (even after a simple upgrade) and to do so, it displays notifications. However, these Windows Update alerts can cause crashes, such as losing work by reattaching the PC instantly if you click the wrong button. In addition to the hassle, the user may waste time.
To prevent warnings from appearing, see the two ways to disable them in the next step.
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Windows 10: Learn how to turn off notifications to restart your PC
By Windows Settings
Step 1. Access the Windows 10 settings and click on "Update and Security";
Open Windows Update Settings
Step 2. Now, under "Windows Updade", click on "Advanced Options";
Access advanced settings
Step 3. Finally, just disable the "We'll show you a reminder when you need to restart ..." option.
Disabling notifications to restart
Through the Windows Registry
Step 1. Another way to prevent Windows Update notifications is through a key in the registry. Press the "Windows" and "R" keys at the same time, enter the "regedit.exe" command and click "OK";
Open the Windows Registry Editor
Step 2. On the navigation bar, paste the following path and press "Enter": HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft \ WindowsUpdate \ UX \ Settings;
Paste the path in the indicated field
Step 3. Double-click "RestartNotificationsAllowed" and type "0" under "Value data". Finally, press "OK".
Disabling notification to restart PC by registry
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