On Windows 10, every time you upgrade to a new version, during the first sign-in after the installation, Microsoft Edge opens automatically and display a welcome screen. While this “Windows welcome experience” may be useful to highlight new features, and more importantly it indicates that your device has been upgraded successfully, it’s not something that everyone wants to see in the desktop after an upgrade.
If you want to disable the welcome message after installing a feature update to prevent Microsoft Edge from opening automatically, you can do this using the “Notifications & actions” settings.
In this guide, you’ll learn the steps to stop Microsoft Edge from opening automatically to show you the Windows welcome experience after an upgrade.
How to disable welcome experience after an upgrade on Windows 10
To disable the Windows 10 welcome experience on Microsoft Edge, use these steps:
Click on System.
Click on Notifications & actions.
Under “Notifications,” turn off the Show me the Windows welcome experience after updates and occasionally when I sign in to highlight what’s new and suggested toggle switch.
Once you’ve completed the steps, after the installation of a new feature update, Microsoft Edge will no longer open automatically to show you the welcome screen.