How to Disable and Remove Feedback Hub on Windows 10

Wondering how to disable and remove Feedback Hub on Windows 10?

There are times when it is better to disable certain Windows features for the sake of confidentiality, functionality, and ease of use. A good example is the Feedback Hub. 

Windows 10 Feedback Hub is where users can submit feedback on any and all aspects of Windows 10 – bugs, glitches, new features, and apps. The tool is mainly used by Windows insiders, so it may not be of much use to most users. Additionally, it sometimes generates annoying notifications that can be distracting. 

For those of you no longer interested in using the Feedback hub or irritated with unnecessary notifications, this is the place you’re looking for. In this guide, we’ll guide you through removing the Feedback Hub from Windows 10 in a few easy steps. 

1. Use Windows Uninstaller.

The easiest way to customize Windows operations is by modifying the Settings app. You can disable and remove the Feedback hub using Windows settings in just a few easy steps. 

Here is what you need to do: 

  1. Press Windows + I keys simultaneously to launch the Settings window. 
  2. Click on Apps in the Settings window. Then on the next screen, click on Apps & features from the left panel. 
  3. Now locate and select Feedback hub from the left pane. 
  4. Select Uninstall and then follow the on-screen procedure to proceed.
feedback hub

That’s it. 

This should disable and remove Feedback Hub on Windows 10 successfully.

2. Disable Notifications and Reminders. 

In case you do not wish to uninstall the program entirely and just want to get rid of the notifications, the Windows Settings app allows you to do that as well. The best part is that you can keep using the Feedback hub even after doing so without any issues. 

Here is what you need to do: 

  1. Launch Windows Settings and select Privacy from the options available on your screen. 
  2. Now navigate to Diagnostics & feedback from the left-hand panel and expand the dropdown menu under Feedback frequency
  3. To prevent Windows from requesting feedback, choose Never.
feedback hub

That’s it. Feedback notifications will no longer appear on your operating system.

It is also possible to disable this function by modifying the notification settings in your operating system. 

Here is what you need to do: 

  1. Press Windows + I keys simultaneously on your keyboard to launch the Settings window. 
  2. Select System from the list of options available. 
  3. Then choose Notifications & actions from the left panel. 
  4. Now in the right pane, locate Feedback Hub and turn off the toggle against it.

This should disable the notifications without any issues. 

3. Use Windows Powershell. 

If the methods mentioned above did not work, then try disabling/removing Feedback Hub via Windows Powershell. Powershell allows you to perform administrative tasks via a command-line interface. It facilitates task automation and configuration management in Windows 10. 

Uninstall Feedback Hub via PowerShell

  1. Type Windows Powershell in the search area of your taskbar and hit Run as administrator to launch Powershell with administrative privileges. 
  2. Type the command mentioned below in the Powershell window and hit Enter to execute it. 
get-appxpackage *feedback* | remove-appxpackage 
feedback hub

Once done, reboot your PC and check if doing so uninstalled the Feedback hub on your PC.

Disable Feedback Hub using Windows PowerShell

  1. Launch Windows Powershell using the method described above. 
  2. Now type the commands mentioned below one by one and hit Enter after each to execute them.
reg add "HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Siuf\Rules" /v "NumberOfSIUFInPeriod" /t "REG_DWORD" /d "0" /f 
reg delete "HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Siuf\Rules" /v "PeriodInNanoSeconds" /f 

If done correctly, this should disable Feedback Hub’s features.

This brings us to the end of our guide on ways to disable and remove Feedback Hub on Windows 10. We tried walking you through all the steps in detail and hope that one of the methods mentioned in this post did the trick for you. In case you still have any confusion about the steps, please let us know in the comment section below!

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  • Zainab Falak

    Zainab Falak is a staff writer for Saint and an expert in Microsoft Windows, having authored more than 200 posts. She has a Bachelors in Actuarial Sciences and her passion for computers extends to exploring various aspects, from UI customization to the Windows registry and exploring error codes. Twitter LinkedIn

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