How to Turn on or off Recommended Troubleshooting in Windows 10
Beginning with Windows 10 version 1903, Microsoft has added Recommended Troubleshooting to fix any problems that arise automatically. Unlike the previous attempts (Microsoft FixIt), the new troubleshooter are very good and can correct many issues or steer you in the right direction. That said, you can turn off Recommended Troubleshooting. Here's how.
Click on Home > Settings > Update & Security > Troubleshoot. You will now see Share Full Diagnostics data to get additional troubleshooting recommendations if you selected Basic above. This message will go away if you change the above setting back to Full.
Double-click on UserPreference next to WindowsMigration. Change the Value data to 1 for On or 3 for Off.
If you don't have a WindowsMigration key, right-click on the left side and select New > Key and name that WindowsMigration. Right-click on WindowsMigration and select New > DWORD (32-bit) Value and name that UserPreference.
Double-click UserPreference and change the Value data to 1 for On or 3 for Off.