Windows 10 has a lot of features and sometimes they require multiple steps to set up.

If you don’t fully set up your PC after a clean install of Windows 10, a feature update, or even after a restart or log in, you can be prompted with the Get even more out of Windows message.

This message helps you launch services linked to your Microsoft account like:

Starting with Windows 10 build 18945, the message states Suggest ways I can finish setting up my device to get the most out of Windows and can be turned ON or OFF in Settings, under Notifications & actions.

The Get even more out of Windows message can be useful for users who want to set up the above-mentioned services, but for those who don’t, it is really annoying.

Today, we’ll take a look at how you can get rid of this prompt in Windows 10.

How can I disable the Get even more out of Windows message on Windows 10?

There are 2 methods to get rid of the Get even more out of Windows message in Windows 10. 

Method 1 – Disable the prompt through the Settings app

  1. In your Windows search box type settings and click on the first result. You can achieve the same result by pressing the Windows key + I.windows settings app disable get more prompt
  2. Once in Settings, navigate to System > Notifications & actions. disable get more prompt
  3. In the right section, under Notifications, find Suggest ways I can finish setting up my device to get the most out of Windows.
  4. Click on it to remove the checkmark and disable the option.
  5. Close Settings app.

Now, the prompt should be disabled and you won’t see the Get even more out of Windows message anymore.


If you’re having trouble opening the Setting app, take a look at this article to solve the issue.


Method 2 – Disable the prompt through the Registry Editor

  1. In your Windows search box type regedit and right-click on the first result. Then select Run as administrator.disable get more prompt in registry editor
  2. Once in the Registry Editor, navigate to Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER.
  3. From there go to Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\UserProfileEngagement
  4. If you can’t find the UserProfileEngagement, you’ll have to create it by right-clicking CurrentVersion and then select New > Key > name it UserProfileEngagement.
  5. In the right section, double-click on ScoobeSystemSettingEnabled. If you can’t find the Dword ScoobeSystemSettingEnabled, you’ll have to create it by right-clicking UserProfileEngagement and then select New > Dword (32-bit) value > name it ScoobeSystemSettingEnabled.
  6. After double-clicking it, you can disable it by entering the 0 value or enable it by entering the 1 value.
  7. Now close the Registry Editor and restart your PC.

If you can’t edit your Windows 10’s registry, read this handy guide and find the quickest solutions to the issue.


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The second option is a bit more complicated, but you can use it if the first method doesn’t work.

After carefully following these steps, you should no longer get the Get even more out of Windows message on your Windows 10 PC.

If you have any other questions or suggestions, don’t hesitate to leave them in the comments section below and we’ll be sure to check them out.

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