If this happens to you, try changing the password. This is a good first step. I'm not playing the moronity game. There should be around six of them. Put that in some presentation there under Lesson Learned or Constructive Feedback from Happy Customers. Use at your own discretion! This frequently happens with email and social media sites. Microsoft could just have added a little button that says: do not offer this in the future, or maybe even, postpone for 30 days or something.
I even own a tiny handful of their stocks, which makes me entitled as any other shareholder, so if you feel like sidelining my fine criticism, think again. Well, because 1 it requires a reboot, and why should you reboot when not necessary 2 the update will then come back, even if you hide it, yup 3 this way you have full control; the update is there as far as Microsoft is concerned, but you have the power now. You want smart people on your side, make sure you give them the respect and dignity they deserve. And once Microsoft decides to get off the monkey jerkfest tree that Apple and Google are so fond of, then we can go back to discussing things in normal tones. Not letting users even disable a scheduled task? Other options We fought a similar kind of with Windows Defender in Windows 8. Sorry, but I don't have a quick answer. It is a part of Microsoft advertising program: Get Windows 10! So why not indeed remove the update.
How this could have been avoided? Ignore the warnings and prompts. This annoyed me so much that I started writing a tutorial on how to get rid of this piece of shit. Change the permissions to Full Control, and apply. Are you trying to best malware writers at their game? No, it had to go full retard by offering a whole framework, and make it locked from users just to stoke the flames of hatred. Give the user a feeling that they count, that their desires count.
Often times this is too complex for everyday users to do themselves and they have to consult with more technically equipped computer experts. The important part here, it wants to find the point of access that is being used to provide the virus entry to your system. On the right tab, click Edit. The moment you push me into a corner, you corporate pieces of crap, I will fight back with all I can, and you have just turned a loyal owner - and a shareholder - into an enemy. Until today it does not disturb me. Use it on your own risk! It is better than Windows 8, and it does bring the menu back, which is an important productivity step. But this is a bloody red line.
Now, open the task scheduler. Final step A big hearty salute to the corporate morons out there: Conclusion This thing pissed me off so much that the only reason why this isn't just a swearword rant is because I genuinely want to help people, so I am trying to stay coherent. One simple little button that gives users a choice. So let's do this then. The registry files will be useless after the rename.
It might be that hackers have taken control of your account and now they are posting about weight loss or surgery- trying to push traffic to an affiliate partner. Well, so far so good. And this promotional crap is making things worse. As such, it is known that executable files might, in some typical cases, cause harm to your computer system. This way, they simply alienate power users, people who do not want to upgrade their boxes, and people who value their freedom.
If you try to disable the scheduled tasks, under refreshgwxconfig-B, then you will realize that you do not have the right permissions to do that, even if you're an administrator. Export both these entries, and then delete them. Verify that the scheduler tasks corresponding to refreshgwxconfig-B are indeed gone from your system. The thing is, Microsoft could just have kept that banner there. Just use any which extension to cripple their executability.
When win-x comes out it will be free. The story goes as follows. You have made me into a detractor. Under the Owner, click on Edit. If you find this article useful, please Dedoimedo.