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Re: Microsoft Makes It Easier to Say No to Windows 10
Posted by: David Jones 2016-06-29 12:25:12
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Microsoft on Tuesday announced a new Windows 10 upgrade policy -- weeks after losing a $10,000 case in a small claims court. The owner of TG Travel Group in Sausalito, California, last month won a final judgment after she alleged that her computer was upgraded to the new operating system without prior authorization, according to court documents. The case was a high-profile example of customer dissatisfaction with the Windows 10 upgrade process. Many felt Windows 10 had been thrust upon them without their consent.


Re: Microsoft Makes It Easier to Say No to Windows 10
Posted by: alton 2016-07-17 21:42:18 In reply to: David Jones
Windows 10 is terrible. It force me to upgrade from Windows 8. I have used 1 month and I can not open start menu now. Unable click any icon in taskbar now.
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