As a Win.7 Home Premium user,i can get the Win.10 up-date for free. I opted to reserve my up-date & recently had the up-date icon automatically added to my PC taskbar on boot up. I always have my up-dates set to ask me if i wanted to download them,but the Win.10 up-date starts on it's own. I removed the KB3035583 up-date app. which triggers the Win.10 up-date,but Win.10 is still trying to download onto my PC without requesting my permission - is there any way that i can stop this ?.
I've deleted the KB3035583 app. / cancelled my Win.10 up-date request / re-set my up-date settings to request my permission & it still goes on. I really don't want Win.10,at least just yet, & in reserving it,i expected to have more control over if & when i decided to download it. It seems that isn't the way Win.10 works - it's forced onto your PC whether you like it or not.
I just had a quick look in the Registry & KB3035583 is there . It makes me wonder that regardless of deleting the actual app. in the Win. up-dates,whether it's presence in the Registry still triggers the download. If that's the case, then it's a pretty insidious way of doing things.
Edited by Saska01, 09 August 2015 - 04:38 AM.