The frequent appearance of the warning sign on the taskbar icon has made the Windows Security users worry about their systems. The app reveals no further reasons for these issues, which has made users worried. To remove this misleading warning sign, we have come up with a solution for the users. Go through the below-mentioned details to know more about it.
A vast number of Windows Security users have described that their taskbar icon frequently shows them a warning sign. When Windows Security is enabled and is working continuously on your system to protect it, a warning sign may appear like a serious issue. Users might think of it as a threat indication that might have appeared due to some interference in their systems.
When in-depth research is done, the users neither find actual issues nor the app reveals any related information. Users noticed a very unusual behavior of this warning message. One of the concerned users asked: “Does double-clicking the notification not work either?”
How to disable this warning sign?
You can disable this deceptive warning sign with the help of the steps mentioned below:
- The first step you need to follow is visiting the “Virus & threat protection settings.”
- Then, tap on the Manage Settings option.
- Once you reach there, please cross-check if the ” Cloud-delivered protection” and “Automatic sample submission” are off or not. In case they are on, you need to turn them off.
- Once you are done with that, you need to return and further press “Dismiss.”
Windows Security is generally meant to offer overall threat protection to the devices, and getting a warning sign on the screen will make users worried about their system. Most users described that they started facing this issue when they installed the latest Windows 10 version.
If similar is the case with you, please refer to the steps that we have mentioned above to resolve it.
This issue might also be because of the Unknown origin filter that informs you to acknowledge some of the files manually. We also recommend you to cross-check and keep an eye on the behavior of the files that you download. Avoid downloading files that do not have a digital signature as you may face issues with them in the future.
So, this was all about how you can disable the Windows 10 warning sign that is frequently appearing on your Windows 10 device.