Recently, many Windows users complained that the error message “Some settings are managed by your organization” showing on their Settings window.

Luckily, it’s not such a difficult problem to solve as it sounds like. This post will be showing you how to fix it step by step. Just take you time following the easy steps below.

Try this fix:

The easy solution to fix the error is to change the privacy settings on your Windows 10.

Step 1)

On your keyboard, press the Windows logo key + R key together to open the Run box.

Step 2)

Type gpedit.msc in the box and press Enter.

Note: If you’re Windows Home User, you may not have gpedit.msc (Local Group Policy Editor), but not to worry. Just follow the steps to add it to your computer.

1) Download gpedit.msc(Group Policy Editor) from Internet.

2) When it’s done, Go to C:\Windows\SysWOW64, and copy the following: 

folders: GroupPolicy 
gpedit.msc(console document)

3) Paste them in the following locations:


Step 3)

On the pop-up window, head to Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components.

Step 4)

Scroll down on the Windows Components section, find and click on Data Collection and Preview Builds.

Then double-click on Allow Telemetry on the right pane.

Step 5)

Tick on Enabled and choose 3-Full from the drop-down menu.

Then click Apply > OK to save the settings.

Now you should see that the message is gone and that you have full access to your Windows 10 settings.

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