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The Windows 10 Settings application shows online video tutorials and tips on the right side, which can also be displayed in full screen mode. If you wish, you can disable this online advice via REGEDIT or GPEDIT. Depending on the size of your screen, you will find these tips and tutorials online under the controls on the page or to the right. In most cases, they may appear informative. However, if you find them annoying, you can hide the online tips in Windows 10 or disable them.
Disable online tips in Windows settings 10
Use registry editor
Start registry editor by opening Run dialog box, type’regedit’ in empty field and press Enter.
Then navigate to the next address
Right-click in the empty area of the screen and select > new 32-bit DWORD value from the list of available options and name the key as AllowOnlineTips.
Even if you are working with 64-bit Windows, you must create a 32-bit DWORD value.
Set the generated key value to 0.
For changes to take effect, restart Windows 10.
Use the Group Policy Editor
Run gpedit.msc to open the Group Policy Editor and navigate to the next parameter :
Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Control Panel > Allow Online Guidance
This policy setting enables or disables retrieval of guidance and online help for the Settings application. If disabled, the settings do not contact Microsoft Content Services for advice and help content.
Set it to Off.
Shut down and restart your Windows system. You should no longer see online tips in Windows 10.