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Bypassing Skip Ahead restrictions

Bypassing Skip Ahead restrictions

If you identify yourself with those PC users who want to find skipping Skip Ahead restrictions in Windows 10 as soon as possible, then this article will really be useful to you! The usefulness of this article is that with its help you will have the opportunity to easily go to the rank of users who are currently able to receive the most recent updates, among which there are not just applications or additions for the OS, and the largest and all the expected updates to the program called Redstone 4!

Manual deactivation of Skip Ahead in Windows 10

This method is suitable for those of you who have the opportunity to at least use the Registry Editor and do not be afraid to make changes to the registry files yourself. If you do not want to introduce such changes to the system yourself, then this part of the article is not for you, and you better go to its final part.

First, you'll have to work with this address bar: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft \ WindowsSelfHost \ UI \ Selection. Once you get to the last subsection, you should immediately find in it a couple of parameters and make specific changes to them:

  • replace UIContentType with Skip.
  • replace UIRing with WIF.

Now, again I have to work with the address line, but this time different from the one we used earlier: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft \ WindowsSelfHost \ Applicability. Once again in the last subsection, you have to make a replacement with your own hand:

  • replace ContentType with Skip.
  • replace Ring with WIF.

On this with the manual settings of the Windows 10 operating system, all the manipulations are finished, as skipping restrictions in Skip Ahead is 100% complete.

Automatic deactivation of Skip Ahead in Windows 10

If you are interested in making changes to Win 10 in automatic mode, then you'd better download the archive from our site and use one of the two files, depending on the particular task before it:

  • run the file "Skip_ahead_to_the_next_Windows_release.reg" in order to make similar changes in the system to those described above with the self-editing of system files.
  • run the file "Active_development_of_Windows.reg" in order to deactivate all the changes made to the system.

If you use files from the archive, the time for making changes to the system will be reduced, since you only need to agree to make specific changes to the registry that will allow you to easily get updates that were not available to you recently.