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Changing the settings of hidden/protected functions on Windows 10

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  • Good time-of-the-day. Please tell me where can I get help with disabling fullscreen force notifications of the Windows 10. They pop-up in the center of the screen minimizing any fullscreen program that is running, graying-out all around them and disabling my control over system(Work space, Alt+tab, TaskMan, etc) until I choose one of the options they offer and do as they demand. If I still refuse(choosing the option and than closing the window that opens after that) they will pop-up after the next boot. Those are "Windows haven't updated for two or more weeks" and "Your antivirus software license has expired". MS Community Forums and MS Answer Desk couldn't help me. Second Support Manager of MS Answer Desk suggested for me to visit your forums. All I know that the files responsible for those notifications are MusNotification.exe and MusNotificationUx.exe located in System32 folder.

    Thursday, March 10, 2016 4:04 PM

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