How to stop Windows 7 End of Support Notifications While a checkbox titled “Do not remind me again” is available, there are workarounds that will make Windows 7 completely stop notifying you about the End of Support.
A. Uninstall the KB4493132 Windows Update. B. Hide the update if it has not yet been installed. c. Open Task Scheduler and modify or delete the task.
You can edit or delete the notification If you open Task Scheduler (Use the Search box and type Task Scheduler), Open the Task Scheduler Library > Microsoft > Windows > End Of Support
Next right click on for example "Notify2" and select "Properties". In the "Properties" window click on the "Triggers" tab and then click on the "Edit" button. You can now change the schedule from "Daily" to "Monthly" if you want a less frequent reminder. You can also delete the "Notify1" task to stop notifications when you logon.
A third choice would be to delete the entire "End Of Support" task.
To continue: This pop up notification message will have a "Learn More" link that will open a Windows 7 End of Life Information article.
You can also disable the notification so that it does not appear using the checkbox and then click the link, read the information and the close the internet browser.
Note: If you have enabled the automatic download option in Windows settings, KB4493132 will be automatically downloaded on your machine.
When more information becomes available I will update this article again. Most likely the update will be included with April’s “Patch Tuesday’s” (April 9th) updates. However Microsoft has been known to release an update before or after patch Tuesday if it deemed a critical update.