We can try to restore it back to before the upgrade push if you can remember the date, but i will tell you this usually wipes out
that portion of restore. We can try.
dont do this, just follow the steps to 'look' to see if there are restore points from before that message started appearing.
If it was an update, we can switch them afterward to where you can review them so it isnt forced on your pc or auto accepted
How to use System Restore from Settings
The easiest method is through the Settings menu. To do this open the Start Menu and type Control Panel, then select the top option. From Control Panel search for Recovery, and then navigate to Recovery>Open System restore>Next
Here you’ll be presented with a list of restore points. Choose the one you want, then select Next>Finish and Windows will restore that saved version of your system.
If that doesnt work.
Shut down the windows 10 computer, start it.. When it gets to the windows sign in screen, dont sign in.
Instead, left click the power button at the bottom right.
Then, hold down the shift key on your keyboard, and then click restart.
This should bring you to the blue screen menu.. Choose troubleshooting, advanced, and then choose system restore.
Once system restore loads, choose a restore point that was one day before this problem started and then carry out the system restore.
That should fix the issue, but if you get stuck or this doesnt work then please send a detailed reply and I will assist you further as needed.