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4 Windows updates that try to update to Windows 10


KB3035583,

KB2952664,

KB2976978,

KB3021917,

KB3044374,

KB2990214



How to find them and get rid of them.

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For Windows 7:

Do the following to check if an update is installed:

Tap on the Windows-key, type cmd and hit enter.

Type powershell and hit enter.

Use the command get-hotfix -id KB3035583 to find out whether the update is installed.

To speed things up, query for all updates in a single command like this: get-hotfix -id KB3035583, KB2952664,KB2976978,KB3021917,KB3044374,KB2990214

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Re:


Awhile back I downloaded and ran the two Aegis script command files, it removed everything Win10 but this HP desktop pc has the Win10 starter setup bundled in, I'm not sure that any of my Win10 removal tools have dumped the HP bundled junk but HP didn't complain with any pop-ups.
Here are the two Aegis scripts on the download site:
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I stumbled upon another Win10 removal tool, this one is very user friendly. I think it does the same as the Aegis script.

GWX Control Panel

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The "GWX Control Panel" has one great feature, a monitor to watch for any sneaky Win10 doings. emoticon

By-the-way, GWX stands for "Get Windows 10" (Roman numeral X is ten.)

Thanks for that link, Susa, I've bookmarked to my Kill GWX folder. Also I've copied that list of KB updates to a handy Notepad for later use.
All the rest of that good info is great but it looks like lots of work and besides I have the GWX Control Panel tool.



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GWX Control Panel does sound much easier. I did not do the Aegis script command files because I didn't want to mess things up. After I check some reviews of GWX Control Panel, I may do it.

I removed a couple of the updates, I posted above, this morning and hid them. I also hid the Windows 10 Update thingy that covers up what updates are available.

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