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I looks like Microsoft wants to more aggressively push Windows 10 on to users. They plan to convert the Windows 10 upgrade into a "recommended update" in its Windows Update system. That means update will download and start automatically for thousands of users. Here's a quote with more of the details,
"Officials did concede that users with automatic updates enabled might see the Windows 10 upgrade automatically initiate on their devices. But they said that users would not be fully moved to Windows 10 unless they proactively chose to do so. And if anyone does move -- intentionally or inadvertently -- to Windows 10 and are unhappy with it, they have 31 days to roll back to their previous Windows versions."
It's a small consolation that users can opt out, but it's still frustrating that part of the download starts automatically, taking up valuable hard drive space for some. For many PC users who have the old school platter HDDs (hard disk drives) of gigantic sizes, it's probably not too much of a problem, but for many who have upgraded to speedier, but more expensive and smaller SSDs (Solid State Drives), it could pose a serious issue.
What do you think of Microsoft's aggressive push to get Windows 10 on your PC?