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Fjern pop-up vedr. opgradering til Windows 11

  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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:
  4. Right-click on the Windows folder, and then select New > Key from the context menu as shown below. When prompted, name the key WindowsUpdate.
  5. 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.
  6. Change the value data of the TargetReleaseVersion to 1. Make sure that the base is set to Hexadecimal before clicking the OK button.
  7. 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.
  8. Double-click on the ProductVersion string you just created and write “Windows 10” in the value data field, without the quotation marks.
  9. 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.
  10. 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.
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