How to Permanently get rid of Windows 10 Update Assistant EASY/FAST

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  1. Win10 updated and my display resolution went full retard. It was not correctable. There were 3 resolution choices, all bad. Real bad. I used Classic Shell to make Win8 run like Win7 – which is expensive now. Not bothering with Win10. I reset to prior to update but it updated every time I booted up. Win10 eventually broke my puter. Win8 and Win10 made me go MAC. gg Redmond. Win10 is spyware that often ruins computer work. I returned my new gamer puter, thank you Amazon, and windows showing its failures so quickly!

  2. Also, you can use all these methods and stop it for good:

    « As a Windows 10 user, you may have noticed that you are always forced to install the Windows automatic updates (whether you like it or not). It seems impossible to disable Windows 10 update, no matter with Control Panel or the Settings app. This is annoying, isn’t it? Whenever you are working on your computer, Windows automatically updates the system, and you cannot even save the current work before the computer restarts, and you have to restart the system very often, spending much on restarting and updating.
    How Can I Stop Windows 10 Auto Update?

    Don’t be upset! There are several solutions to stop Windows 10 update. This article outlines 4 easy methods about how to stop Windows 10 update. You don’t need to try them all; just work your way through until it solves your problem.

    Way 1: Meter your network connection to stop Windows 10 update
    Way 2: Disable Windows Update service to stop Windows 10 update
    Way 3: Change Group Policy Settings to stop Windows 10 update
    Way 4: Change Device Installation Settings to stop Windows 10 update

    …» just follow the signs…

  3. Microsoft needs to pull their fucking heads out of their asses and fix their broken shit. This is ridiculous. I have spent hours looking for work arounds for Windows 10 bugs and glitches and forced fucking updates that always fail to install.

  4. After all, two weeks later it’s came again
    So I’m giving you the full procedure as posted on

    “How to stop Windows 10 Update Assistant reinstalling”
    1. Open Task Scheduler
    2. Expand ‘Task Scheduler Library’
    3. Navigate to Microsoft >> Windows >> UpdateOrchestrator
    4. Delete the following tasks
    a. UpdateAssistant
    b. UpdateAssistantCalendarRun
    c. UpdateAssistantWakeupRun
    5. Close ‘Task Scheduler’
    6. Uninstall any application with ‘Update Assistant’ in the title.
    7. Remove the following folders if they exist.
    a. C:Windows10Upgrade.
    b. C:WindowsUpdateAssistant.
    c. C:WindowsUpgradeAssistantV2.
    d. Done!

  5. THANK YOU! You should do this same thing in the folder "Windows > Update Assistant" I didn't discover those files until I saw your tutorial. It works and well done!

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