How often do you receive Windows Feedback prompts in Windows 10? If you don't know what the Windows Feedback prompts are, you should know that sometimes Microsoft asks you to complete a feedback form when using Windows 10, in order to get your input about something, so that they can improve their product and the services they offer you. If you consider these requests annoying and you want to get rid of them, then read this article and find out how to stop Windows 10 from asking you for feedback:
How to disable the Windows Feedback prompts in Windows 10
A Windows Feedback prompt, is a prompt asking you a question like: "How likely are you to recommend Windows 10 to a friend or colleague?". The questions you receive depend on how long you have used Windows 10 for and what kind of feedback Microsoft wants to collect at the time. Some users will find these prompts annoying.
If you want to remove the Windows Feedback prompts in Windows 10, first open the Settings app. A fast way to do it is to click or tap on the Settings button from the bottom left area of the Start Menu.
In the Settings panel click or tap on the Privacy section.
In the left menu, scroll down until you'll see a section called Feedback & diagnostics.
Click or tap on this section to open it.
On the right panel, go to the Feedback frequency section, open the "Windows should ask for my feedback" drop-down list and select Never.
And that's all! The Windows Feedback prompts will not disturb you anymore.
Even if the feedback from users is very important for Microsoft and the company's target is to collect as much feedback as possible, Windows 10 allows you to disable it, so that you can use your computer or device without being disturbed. Do you usually provide feedback to Microsoft, or you prefer not to? Do you find these feedback prompts annoying? U se the comments form below to leave us your feedback. 🙂