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- The first thing you need to do is check your current Windows 10 version so you can prevent it from changing. Go to Settings > System > About and check the version. Take note of this for later.
- Next, press the Windows + R keys on your keyboard to bring up the Run utility. Type in “regedit” without the quotation marks and click the OK button. By doing so you’ll launch the Registry Editor.
- Use the navigation pane on the left side of the window to reach the following Registry key, or use the address bar and copy-paste the location:
- Right-click on the Windows folder, and then select New > Key from the context menu as shown below. When prompted, name the key WindowsUpdate.
- After creating the WindowsUpdate key, right-click on it and select New > DWORD (32-bit) Value. Name it TargetReleaseVersion and then double-click on it.
- Change the value data of the TargetReleaseVersion to 1. Make sure that the base is set to Hexadecimal before clicking the OK button.
- Right-click on any empty space in the right-side pane of the Registry Editor, and then select New > String Value from the context menu. Name it ProductVersion.
- Double-click on the ProductVersion string you just created and write “Windows 10” in the value data field, without the quotation marks.
- Next, create another string value by selecting New > String Value again, but this time name it TargetReleaseVersionInfo. Double-click on it to open its properties.
- Input the version number you observed in the first steps of this section into the value data field, and then click OK. Note that if Microsoft publishes a new version of Windows 10, you’ll need to update the value data to obtain the most recent updates.