Last updated: September 4, 2018
Pesky Windows 10 feedback requests can be incessant. The collection of feedback is for improving the operating system and peripheral products and services. User feedback sent to Microsoft helps to identify and troubleshoot issues. In turn, Microsoft can provide users with a more problem-free and personalized service. If feedback requests become intrusive, change their frequency or turn off feedback in Windows 10.
By default, Windows 10 feedback frequency is set to Automatically (Recommended). If you have come here to find out how to turn it off, chances are good that Automatically is too frequent. Modify the feedback frequency to a longer time frame, or turn it off.
Turn Off the Feedback Frequency in Settings
Click or tap the Start button, and choose Settings.
Scroll down the Settings menu, and click or tap on Privacy.
Scroll down the left navigation menu, and click or tap Feedback & diagnostics. Under Feedback frequency, click or tap the Windows should ask for my feedback pull-down menu. Click or tap Always, Once a day, or Once a week to configure a specific feedback frequency time frame. Click or tap Never if you no longer want Microsoft to ask for your feedback.
Send Microsoft Feedback using the Windows Feedback App
Although Microsoft will no longer ask for your feedback, never doesn’t always mean never. Windows 10 includes a feedback app called Windows Feedback. Use the app to provide Microsoft with feedback on your own terms. To launch the app, click or tap the Start button, and choose All apps. Scroll down the alphabetical list of apps to the W’s. Click or tap Windows Feedback. You can also just use the search bar to search for Windows Feedback. Once you launch the app, a prompt to log into your Microsoft account will display.
Once you log in, you can search for similar feedback, and Upvote if you agree or have the same issue as others. Provide new feedback as well, and others can give your feedback the same treatment.
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