Don’t want to upgrade to Windows 10? Update on OS X!

Microsoft has tried everything to lure users to Windows 10. It remains only to send to former CEO Steve Ballmer personally to update the PC on the “top ten”. This fact afflicts even those who consider themselves to be a fan of Microsoft OSes.

“Last week, Microsoft again changed the program to Windows 10, not saying a word. This time the company has gone beyond the social engineering tricks, which led people astray for unintentional upgrade to Windows 10. Now changed the behavior of the window that POPs up prompting you to update the OS. Click “Close” and even without knowing it, the user automatically agrees to the upgrade. Previously, closing the window meant the reluctance to upgrade to Windows 10. Microsoft has not changed the wording of the phrases in the window, did not click “Update now” more or click “don’t update never the less. The company is cheating the users,” writes Paul Thurrott from Tarrot.

In other words, Windows users just put before the fact that their device will be installed a new version of the operating system, without the right choice. In addition, the status updates of Windows 10 changed to “recommended”. In most cases, the system is configured to automatically get recommended updates. While there is only one way to limit yourself from the persistent offers of Microsoft in the window “to Get Windows 10” under the date of the update is the phrase “Click here to change the time of the update or cancel update”. In this case, the computer will not install the latest Windows edition.

There are many reasons reasons why users don’t want to upgrade the computer to Windows 10. If you do not want to do that, you may want to consider upgrading to OS X?

Apple does not force anyone to install updates, only from time to time delicately recalls. In this case, you will be able to install Windows 7 in a virtual machine and use UNIX via the Terminal. All major platforms you will be on the same machine, everything is at hand.

Clifton Nichols

Clifton Nichols

Hi! I’m Clifton and I am a full-stack engineer with a passion for building performant and scalable applications that are beautiful and easy to use.

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