How to turn off annoying comment notifications in Windows 11

Notification Center in Windows 11 can be a useful and powerful tool for finding out what’s going on in your PC’s operating system, but Microsoft has configured it in this latest version in a rather intrusive way that, as we already mentioned, can become quite annoying. Thus, disabling these feedback notifications in Windows 11 can help you get more peace of mind when using your computer, without panels that bother you and interrupt you with something, moreover, it most likely does not interest you.

This is how comments are disabled in Windows 11

Fortunately, turning off these notifications in Windows 11 is very easy. To do this, click on the Start button and select Settings (the gear icon), or alternatively right-click on Start and select Settings. Now, in the menu on the left, click on “Privacy and Security” and then under the “Windows Permissions” section, find “Feedback and Diagnostics.”

The next thing you should do in the window that appears next is to search, in the lower area, for the Comments section, and right below you will see the “Comment Frequency”, which is automatically selected by default. There, display the menu and simply select “Never”. With this, you will have completely disabled the notifications asking you to comment on Windows 11.

Disable Comments Windows 11

In this same window, you can choose other privacy options in Windows 11; We personally recommend turning it off completely, as you can see in the screenshot above.

What if they reappear?

It’s possible that after installing one of the many automatic updates for Windows 11, these annoying notifications suddenly pop up again making comments about the operating system, especially after big updates like the semi-annual one. If so, you can repeat the process we explained in the previous section, but you can also use a little trick, which is a little more difficult but just as simple, permanently disable it.

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To do this, we will use the powerful tool Registry Editor from Windows, but as always when we’re going to use it, we feel compelled to warn you that it’s very dangerous if you touch where you shouldn’t, so we recommend backing up the registry before anything else (for this, by just accessing the Registry Editor Click File -> Export to save it to a file).

To open the Registry Editor, just right-click on the Start button and select Run. In the window that appears, type regedit and click OK.


In the window that opens, you can either navigate through the menu on the left, or type or paste the following into the bar indicated in the screenshot above:

Computer HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWARPoliciesMicrosoftWindowsDataCollection

Once there, on the right side, right-click on an empty space and select New -> DWORD Value (32-bit) Creates a new record, which by default will be called “New Value #1” but will allow you to rename it from scratch. You must contact him DoNotShowFeedbackNotifications Then double click on it to edit it. In the Value data field, change the default value from 0 to 1 and click OK.


Ready, once you’re done, you can close the Windows Registry Editor and restart your computer for the changes to take effect. Then, Windows should never remove the notification for your feedback.

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