Jul 31 2021 09:34 AM
Jul 31 2021 09:34 AM
Hey, I signed up for the Windows Insider Program and got the Windows 11 Preview 10.0.22000.100 (co_release). There were some glitches in the taskbar and I could not have this occurring as I needed my laptop for work. I decided to go back to Windows 10 and leave the Windows Insider Program. However, when I switched back to Windows 10, it keeps giving me the Windows 11 Preview 10.0.22000.100 (co_release) and updating for itself. How do I stop the update as I would like to remain with Windows 10?
Jul 31 2021 10:59 PM
Same problem here. Windows 11 slow my computer down, drop CSGO FPS and so many many problems needed to be fixed.
I have left Windows Insider to avoid upgrading to windows 11 but it still trying to update to Windows 11 Insider Preview 10.0.22000.100 (co_release) after all that work. So annoying. Hope someone can help.
Jul 31 2021 11:11 PM
Aug 10 2021 08:59 AM
Aug 12 2021 11:15 AM
I have followed every advice I can find, yet I am still in the same boat as those who have come here to resolve a big issue. Being an Insider member, Win10Pro system update notified my PC (Intel Z170 Mobo + i7-6900K CPU) that Win11 insider version will be installed on next reboot. I had already gone and checked my system to ensure my hardware was compatible w/Win11. A day AFTER/UPON installation of the Insider Win11, the system told me that my hardware became non-qualified (non-compatible) w/Win11. This is the first time (since days of Win3.x) that I reverted my system back to a previous version because of all sorts of issues I have w/new Win11.
Now, I am being told that the only way to stop the nagging Win11 Install threat is to do a Fresh new Installation of Windows 10 or spend another $1500+ USD to make my hardware compatible w/Win11/
Hey Dufus: Why do you think we have always stock with WinOS? Because Microsoft used to respect legacy hardware. Now youa re telling my Skylake desktop is NFG? I think this is the moment I can assuredly say that Microsoft has become NFG (or the tail that wags the dog).
While I was trying to opt-out of Insider, Microsoft wanted to ask my experience. I went thru the questionnaire to the end and submitted it. This was the response I received:
Your request failed. Please e-mail The Microsoft Tech Community and provide the date and time you received the error and this Exception ID: 7CC187C8. Please also provide a summary of the steps you took which led to this error message"
Aug 12 2021 11:32 AM - last edited on Oct 11 2021 12:02 PM by Eric Starker
Strange - thank you for writing about it because this address is used to communicate only on issues related to this MTC site.
So this is a mistake that needs to be explained.
Please email this address and include a link to this discussion as it will be helpful to others.
I understand that you do not currently have Windows11?
Aug 12 2021 11:52 AM
Once again I want to thank you and I really understand your frustration!
But there are other examples: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/windows-insider-program/windows-11-insider-preview-10-0-22000... It is not predictable, but stopping automatic update can only occur after a clean installation of Windows10
Aug 12 2021 12:46 PM
Aug 15 2021 01:59 PM - edited Aug 15 2021 02:10 PM
@4malD , @Arvinkamal , @ogiyak, @bakeiro,
Thought I would share how I managed to solve this for me.
So I had uninstalled win11 by using the Go Back option to win10. Then win10 tried to reinstall win11, so I
1. Paused the update.
2. Left the insider program (https://insider.windows.com/en-us/leave-program).
And this dint work so I
3. I unlinked my account in Settings->Windows Insider Program
Still didnt help, so I
4. Followed this article https://www.tomshardware.com/how-to/uninstall-windows-11 (including disk cleanup system file and reboot)
And guess what I still wasn't enough... Then I remembered that win10 didn't allow me to join the insider program because I had turned of the sharing of diagnostic data.
5. Go to Settings ->Privacy->Diagnostics & Feedback-> And choose the option "Required diagnostic...." (also I turned off all sharing of data in all different menus but I think the D&F one is all you need to turn off)
AND BOOOOM no more **bleep**ing win 11 updates.
To be fair this doesn't actually solve the issue as win10 still wants to install win11, it just wants you to reactivate the diagnostics data sharing before allowing you to install win11.
Aug 27 2021 06:38 AM