Quick note here – if you haven’t upgraded your existing computer to Windows 10, Microsoft is being more and more pushy about trying to get you to do it.
If you already have Windows 10 on a new machine or through an upgrade and everything is working fine for you, that’s great. However, if you don’t have Windows 10 already, I don’t recommend you do the upgrade.
Unfortunately, Microsoft has made it very difficult to totally remove the nag prompts to get you to upgrade so I can’t simply give you the instructions here.
If you’ve accidentally been lead to upgrade to Windows 10 within the last 30 days and you’d like to reverse this, please contact me for help. If it’s been longer than this amount of time, there’s no economical way to accomplish this, so I’d rather try to get things working in Windows 10 instead.
This is a somewhat confusing issue and I’m happy to answer any questions you might have about it. Don’t hesistate to email with any questions or requests for me to disable the Windows 10 nagging.