How to disable the proposal to upgrade to Windows 10 on Windows 7 and 8.1
Promoting Windows 10, Microsoft is pursuing a tough policy, as clearly evidenced by persistent suggestions the users of Windows 7 and 8.1 to upgrade to a newer version, not including drive-by download installation files of Windows 10 on the computer. If migrating to Windows 10 is not part of your immediate plans, this kind of attention from the developers certainly will not give you much pleasure.
Fortunately, this obsessive service is easy to abandon without disabling the primary function of Windows updates, all you need is to verify the existence of a single component update and edit one key in the registry. If you are running Windows 8.1, you must have installed KB3065988 in Windows 7 must be installed KB3065987. Once you have the patch, open regedit the registry editor and expand the following branch:
Create the last directory of the new 32-bit DWORD value, name it DisableOSUpgrade and set its value to 1. This will prevent you from downloading PC files Windows update 10.
After that, in the branch HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/Software/Policies/Microsoft/Windows find the section in the GWX, create a new 32-bit DWORD value with the name DisableGwx and also set its value to 1. If subsection GWX you will not, create it manually.
To make the change take effect, restart the computer. More suggestions to upgrade to Windows 10 you will not be disturbed. And the last one. Check just in case, do you have a hidden folder C:/$Windows.~BT and C:/Windows/$Windows.~BT, it is possible that the system has managed to create and upload update files Windows 10. In this case, just delete all the contents.