Even after 10 months of Windows 10 release, Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 users are complaining that Microsoft is pushing them to download and upgrade to Windows 10 on their computers. But now with a new tool, you can stop the company from doing that.
Well known software developer Steve Gibson Never 10 A new tool has been released by the name of which it is claimed that through this, users can disable automatic updates. About the new tool, Gibson wrote on his page, “The most important thing about Never 10 is that it does not automatically install any software. It quickly and directly edits the system according to its user.
Gibson further added, “This way, experienced users will be able to use Never 10 with ease while advanced users will understand the fact that there is no additional software installed in their system and they will be able to use it to their friends and family as well. ”
All users will need to download and install this software for free. This is surely a relief news for all those Windows 10 users who are always worried that one day their computer will be upgraded to Windows 10 with a click by mistake.
Microsoft has made Windows 10 available as a free update to licensed Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 users. Last year, the company gave users the option to keep a reserve copy of Windows 10, which is available from July 29. But after that the company started downloading Windows 10 installation files on different systems and many users had upgraded their systems to Windows 10 by clicking on Update by mistake.