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    If you're not planning to test early builds of Windows 10, in this guide, we'll tell you the steps to remove the "Windows Insider Program" from the Settings app.

    Microsoft created the Windows Insider Program to allow enthusiasts and developers to test early preview builds of Windows 10 in exchange for feedback to help the company improve the operating system.
    Anyone wanting to test upcoming features and willing to submit suggestions can quickly enroll a computer to the program by using the "Windows Insider Program" settings page. However, if you're not interested or you're sharing your computer, and you want to prevent other people from enrolling the device, it's possible to remove the option from the Settings app.
    In this Windows 10 guide, we'll walk you through the steps to edit the Registry to remove the "Windows Insider Program" option from the Settings app.

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    12-17-2016 03:11 PM

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