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I've noticed lately, One Note has this little habit of popping up on every third or fourth reboot.
I'm wondering if there's a way to stop that from doing that.
If you pull the KB entry for the upgrade (KB3146449), it reads: “This update adds functionality to Internet Explorer 11 on some computers that lets users learn about Windows 10 or start an upgrade to Windows 10.”But, in contrast to what some sites are reporting, it’s not clear what the browser update actually did.
I actually installed the patch on my own system, since I’m still running Windows 7, and I have yet to observe any significant difference in the browser.
In a managed environment, however, unlimited access to these available Web sites may pose security risks.
You can therefore remove MSN Explorer from the Windows components to be installed, as described later in this section.
The company bent this rule when it began packaging Windows 10 updates as single-shot cumulative downloads, and now it’s apparently breaking it altogether. I scanned my System with Malwarebytes, nothing was found. I think after one of the accumulative updates Windows Explorer started to open MSN in my default browser. I've tested my theory by restarting Windows Explorer from the task manager. A note: the file manager was renamed to File Explorer beginning with Windows 8.