Your Windows license will expire soon Windows 10 – How to turn off

On Windows 10 there are many users reflecting the computer regularly appear to notice Your Windows license will expire soon, every time the operating system boot and access to the screen interface. Although Close has been turned off, this message continues to appear on subsequent occasions, causing users to be upset.

This is not a problem on Windows 10. This message appears because your computer has almost reached the end of the license and the system requires activation. So how to turn off the message Your Windows license will expire soon trouble when booting Windows 10 computer?

Turn off “Your Windows license will expire soon” with Services

Step 1:

In the search bar on Windows 10, enter the Services keyword and click on the results found at the top of the list.

Step 2:

In the Services interface, find the Windows License Manager Services option and double-click it.

Step 3:

A new window appears. By default, this option will run on the system to notify the end user of the win. The user clicks on the Stop button then in the list on the Startup type select Disabled to disable notification. Finally click Apply and OK to save this change.

Step 4:

You continue to pull down, find Windows Update, again select Disabled in the Service status of the window that appears.

So you have to turn off Your Windows license will expire soon on Windows 10 system, with very simple steps. When the Windows 10 computer time to run out of copyright win will often appear this message and we just follow the article to turn off is complete.

However, the reader should note that turning off this message does not mean that Windows has been activated, it just does not show up. When Win expires, the computer will restart itself approximately once every 1 hour. Therefore, you should try to activate or buy the Win license to avoid the trouble when Win expired.

Turn off by CMD and Task Manager

Step 1: Right-click on the taskbar and select Task Manager, or you can press Ctrl + Alt + Delete.

Step 2: In the Processes tab, scroll down and navigate to the Windows Explorer item, right-click and select End Task. Note that when you click this option all your windows and taskbar will disappear. Do not close this Task Manager window.

Then click on File, select Run new task.

In the Create new task window, write Explorer.exe and click OK to return to the previous state.

Continue to press Windows + X to open the system options window, then click on Command Prompt (Admin).

In the Command Prompt window type  slmgr -rearm  and press Enter.

Then there will be a small window appears message to execute the successful typing command and asked to restart the computer, click OK to turn off but do not rush to restart the computer.

Then press Windows + R to open the RUN window, type gpedit.msc and click OK to open the Local Group Policy Editor window.

When the Local Group Policy Editor window appears, click on Administrative Templates,

Then select Windows Components.

Then double-click the Windows Update folder, you will see a list in the right pane. No auto-restart with logged on users for scheduled automatic updates installations.

Double click on it, in this window tick tick Enabled, then select Apply and then click OK.

Activating Windows 10 Licenses

This is a secure way that you can use to turn off notifications. Windows license will expire soon, Windows 10 licenses are available in several versions, including: Windows 10 Home, Windows 10 Pro, Windows 10 Business … with Multiple variations and language settings.

You can buy the license easily in companies specializing in providing computers, laptops, or in the electronics supermarket.

Step 1: Once you have purchased the license code go to Cortana, type Check for Updates and then click on the icon as shown.

Step 2: The Settings window appears, select Activation, in the right pane select Change product key.

Step 3: In the window enter the key you enter the license key Windows 10 just bought and click Next is.