How to disable New App Install Notification in Windows 10

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Joel Fulleda

When you install a new program with potential file associations or when you open a file type for the first time on Windows 10, the operating system asks you the big question "How do you want to open this file?“, Showing you the app that the system currently uses to open it and possibly the new choices.

This is a behavior of Windows 10 that can be useful in many scenarios but which, for example, if the apps are all correctly associated with the file types, it could be annoying.

In this guide we will teach you how to disable the notification window for installing a new app in Windows 10, so that the system stops asking you - every time you install a new program - how to open the potential associated file types.

The result can be achieved in two ways: using thegroup policy editor (Windows 10 Pro only) ed using the registry. In both cases the procedure is completely reversible.

Preliminary information

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Group Policy Editor

Press the key combination WIN + R and type the command inside


followed by enter. From the left side of the window that appears, go to

Computer Configuration> Administrative Mode> Windows Component> Esplora file

Look for the voice now “Do not display new application installation notification”And double click on it.

In the next window put the check mark on Enabled and click OK.

You can now exit the Group Policy Editor: the change will take effect immediately and you will no longer see the notification.

To restore the original behavior, repeat the procedure and move the check mark to Disabled or Not configured (with the latter option, the operating system will decide what to do).


Press the key combination WIN + R and type the command inside


followed by enter. From the left side of the window that appears, go to


Right click on "Windows" and select New> Key.

Give the new key its name Explorer, as shown in the picture.

Now right click on Explore (the key you just created) and select New> DWORD Value (32 bit).

Call the newly created value


and hit Enter. Now double click on it: a window similar to the one below will appear:

Enter the number in the box "Value data" and click OK, then close the registry and restart the computer. From now on, the notification will no longer appear.

To restore the original behavior of the system you can completely delete the created Explorer key or, alternatively, reset the NoNewAppAlert value data to 0.

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