Microsoft announced Windows 11 will be released on Oct. 5th, 2021. If you don’t want to update your current Windows 10 to Windows 11. Keep reading the following steps in this article.
Many people are looking forward the release of Windows 11 which is aimed to improve windows experience for windows users with many new features and improvements. While, some windows users are still want to stay on their Windows 10. Microsoft said Windows 10 users will not be forced to update to Windows 11 when releasing Windows 11. This article will show you how to go further to block Windows 11 update in Windows 10. There are two methods to stop Windows 11 update in Windows 10, including Group Policy Editor and Windows Registry. Let’s check them one by one.
Block Windows 11 Update in Windows 10 with Group Policy Editor
1 type gpedit.msc in windows search bar, click gpedit.msc
2 click to expand Administrative Templates, then click on Windows Components
3 Locate and click on the Windows Update and then go to Windows Update Business.
4 Open Select the target Feature Update Version and then check Enabled in the prompt window, type 21H1 into the field, hit on apply and then OK.
After that, restart your system. It’s done!
Block Windows 11 Update in Windows 10 with Registry Editor
1 Type regedit.exe in windows search bar and select the Registry Editor.
2 Go to the following registry:
4 Set the Dword TargetReleaseVersion to 1.
Note: If there is no value, right-click on Windows Update, choose New and then Dword (32-bit) Value.
5 After that, set the TargetReleaseVersionInfo value to 21H1.
Note: If there is no value, right-click on Windows Update, choose New and then String Value.
Next, restart your system.
If you are satisfied with your current Windows 10, you have right to stop Windows 11 update in Windows 10. Because we can ensure whether how many bugs are there on Windows 11 at launch. It’s not late to disable the block of Windows 11 update in Windows 10 after fully understanding the new Windows 11.