Microsoft has taken a more proactive approach to gathering user feedback with Windows 10. Because Windows now uses a service-driven development approach, it takes user Windows 10 feedback into account when developing new features and improvements.
You might get a notification in Action Center from time to time asking about your Windows experience. Despite the fact that these alerts are sent infrequently, you may find them annoying or distracting. To silence them permanently, all you have to do is go to the Settings app and turn them off.
Stop Windows 10 from asking you for feedback
Use your preferred method to open Settings, such as the Start menu or the Win+I keyboard shortcut. Click the “Privacy” tile on the homepage. Then, in the left sidebar, click the “Diagnostics & feedback” page under the “Windows permissions” heading.
Scroll all the way to the bottom of the page that appears. You can choose how often Windows prompts you for feedback under “Feedback frequency” here. It’s set to “Automatic” by default, which allows Microsoft to send you survey notifications when they’re relevant to you.
You can do it once a day or once a week if you want to. If you want to provide more feedback to Microsoft, you can also specify “Always.” But it’s the last option, “Never,” that we’re looking for – it will turn off all feedback notifications, so you won’t be bothered again.
Disabling notifications does not prevent you from manually submitting feedback. Independent of Microsoft’s survey notifications, you can use the Feedback Hub app to report bugs and request improvements. You can even get meta with your feedback; the “Diagnostics & feedback” page includes a link (“Share your opinion about Feedback Hub survey notifications”) that allows you to provide feedback on the feedback alerts.