This article describes steps you can take to enable or disable the “Let’s finish setting up your device” window in Windows 11.
Windows may occasionally show a window typically after an upgrade with the message “Let’s finish setting up your device” when you sign in. Below that it also tells you that your device needs connect to a few more Microsoft services to help you work easily and securely…..
This window will show up more frequently for devices enrolled in the Windows Insider Preview program, or devices configured to receive pre-lease versions of Windows.
If you don’t want to always have to see this window, you can turn it off. By default, it will be displayed every time.
Turn off or on Let’s finish setting up your device using the Settings app
As described above, Windows may occasionally show a window typically after an upgrade with the message “Let’s finish setting up your device” when you sign in.
Below is how to enable or disable it in Windows 11.
First, open the Windows Settings app.
You can get to the Settings app by clicking on the Start menu button and selecting Settings. You can also press the keyboard shortcut (Windows key + I) to launch the Settings app.
When the Settings app opens, click the System button on the left.
On the right, click the Notification tile to expand.
On the System -> Notification settings pane, select the Advanced settings tile to expand.
On the System -> Notifications -> Advanced settings expand tile, check to enable and uncheck to disable the tile “Suggest ways to get the most out of Windows and finish setting up this device“.
On some Windows devices, users may see “Off suggestions on how I can set up my device“.
Close the Settings app.
Show or hide the Let’s finish setting up your device window via the registry
Alternatively, users can use the Windows registry to show or hide the window in Windows 11.
First, open the Windows Registry, and navigate to the folder key path as listed below.
If you don’t see the UserProfileEngagement folder key, right-click on the CurrentVersion parent key, then create the subkey (UserProfileEngagement) folder.
On the right pane of the UserProfileEngagement folder key, right-click and select New -> DWORD (32-bit) Value. Type a new key named ScoobeSystemSettingEnabled.
Double-click the new value name (ScoobeSystemSettingEnabled) and enter the Value data of 0 to disable showing the window when signing in.
A Value data of 1 will enable and show the window when signing in.
That should do it!
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