Microsoft wants to make sure anybody using Windows 10 knows that there are a lot more you can get from Windows. It can be in the form of services, extra features, and so on. To get that done, Windows 10 displays — Get even more out of Windows, Let’s make Windows even better or Let’s finish setting up your device prompt occasionally. It showcases additional services such as Windows Hello, Office 365, Link phone to computer, OneDrive and more. That said, if it annoys you, you can disable Get even more out of Windows prompt on Windows 10.
Let’s make Windows even better
Let’s finish setting up your device
Get even more out of Windows is not necessarily a bad thing. It’s designed for users who have a tough time discovering useful features on Windows 10. It can help users to set up these services. However, once you have seen it enough, it gets annoying. The window shows up at multiple instances including new installation, after feature updates, and at random times.
Disable Get even more out of Windows in Windows 10
You can disable Get even more out of Windows, Let’s make Windows even better or Let’s finish setting up your device message on Windows 10 in two ways:
- Notification and Actions Settings
- Registry Editing
1] Disable via the Settings app
- Go to Settings > System > Notifications & actions
- Locate the checkbox which says “Show me the Windows welcome experience after updates and occasionally when I sign in to the highlight what’s new and suggested“
- Uncheck the box
- Do the same for Suggest ways I can finish setting up my device to get the most out of Windows
- Close the Settings application.
It is the easiest way to do it as it doesn’t involve anything with which the user can go wrong.
2] Disable via the Registry
Before we start with the instructions, make sure to create a Restore Point. The method is also useful when you want to change settings for remote computers or multiple computers.
1] Open Registry Editor by typing regedit in the Run prompt, and confirm the UAC prompt. Next, navigate to:
2] Next change the value of DWORD ScoobeSystemSettingEnabled to 0 if you want to disable the feature.
In case the DWORD is not there, then right-click on UserProfileEngagement and select New > DWORD (32-bit) Value. Name it ScoobeSystemSettingEnabled.
If UserProfileEngagement itself does not exist, then you will have to create UserProfileEngagement as well as ScoobeSystemSettingEnabled.
3] Restart the Windows 10 computer
We hope the steps were easy to follow, and you were able to disable Get even more out of Windows on Windows 10.