How to remove the bug in Windows8 ?

Hi Please see the picture of screenshot in attachment. I do not want to click "Install now" and "Install later" . I just want to remove it. Anyone have idea for this ? Thank you
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eemoonAsked:
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Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
How did you get that?  If it is something you did not intend to do, I would reboot and scan with your anti-virus.
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
And if you know what it is install and complete it. But ONLY if you know what it is. Otherwise remove it from Programs and Feature (Control Panel) and scan for viruses as Dave suggests above.
eemoonAuthor Commented:
Thanks for your fast reply. I do not know what it is and when it is there. even rebooting several times, it is still there. Anti-virus cannot find it.
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Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
My next step would be to download the free version of MalwareBytes https://www.malwarebytes.org/antimalware/ and scan your computer with it.  It often catches things that other anti-virus programs miss or don't know about.  What anti-virus program do you have?
Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
As others have said, this is not a Windows 8 thing.  SOMETHING wants you to install it.

I would probably look over task manager and start ending processes (in the details tab) one at a time until it disappears.  Then research the process that ended and made it disappear.  You might be able to post a screen shot or two (EMBED them - don't just upload them) and maybe we can suggest which ones to try to kill first.  (Just close everything else to minimize the processes listed - there will probably be 60-100 of them).
nobusCommented:
pick install later to start
when it pops up again, it may show more info
you can also look in event viewer when it was downloaded
rindiCommented:
As Windows 8 itself is the bug, just download the iso of Windows 10 and upgrade to a far less buggy OS. The upgrade is free and much better than Windows 8 and there is no good reason not to make use of the free upgrade offer.
McKnifeCommented:
You should be able to identify it with task manager. Open t.m., all active windows will be shown. Right click the unknown window and select "open file path". That executable you will have identified that way should be uploaded at www.virustotal.com
Edit: After looking at you screenshot again: it is no real foreground window, so I am not sure if task manager is able to identify it without really closing several processes as has been suggested before, but anyway, try it.
BillDLCommented:
If you are unsure of what software update this notification refers to, treat it as suspicious until you know for sure and don't click on the notification.

Assuming this is not malware, once you have found the software in question (using earlier Task manager suggestion) look in that application's user options for "update" related settings.  Usually software allows you one of three options:
1. Download and install automatically.
2. Download automatically and notify, but only prompt user to install.  Do not install automatically.
3. Update manually.
It looks as though your software is set to No. 2 option, so if you don't like the notification set it to 1 or 3.
JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
As rindi notes, this may be a good time to move to Windows 10. Back up your machine completely, upgrade to Windows 10 with the media creation link and select the option to "Keep Nothing" (which essentially means "fresh install")

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10

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BillDLCommented:
Thank you eemoon
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