By default, the system also uses peer-to-peer networking to distribute Windows 10 updates, potentially eating up bandwidth without users’ knowledge. It seems fairly straight-forward to me that Microsoft should have no ability to over-ride a program I paid for on a HD I paid for without my permission. I have no intention of making my screensaver a liar. 16/03/2016 at 14:36 Don Reba says: If we can't trust screensaver text, what can we trust? 16/03/2016 at 14:18 PinkSmoke says: Fuck you Windows 10. Source
I guess she isn't crazy -- at least on this one thing." "Yep, this happened to me this morning. Win10 does Windows Update differently - it bundles them up into larger (and slower) bunches and it gives you very little choice about what it includes/does A bit like the US You'll be fine. Upon further investigation, the reader’s daughter—who lives in an area without wired Internet and relies on Verizon Wireless for connectivity—had also automatically downloaded the installation files. “They do not wish to
Just remember to include a multi-million per hour fee for licensing your PC. So for the time being, I'm holding off. 16/03/2016 at 20:25 gwathdring says: Windows operating systems tend to have rough launches. 7 and ME were remarkable for different reasons. Find us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Check us on Google+ Subscribe to our rss feed DailyHoroscope OurApps Top10 OurPaper PaperArchive Weather 8° London HOME News Showbiz & TV Sport Windows 10 Forced Upgrade Lawsuit What else is being pushed through our computers or being pulled off in the background without us knowing?" "We've been getting calls trickling in all week from doctor's offices, dental practices,
There's a good reason why a lot of people don't WANT windows 10 and why Microsoft has resorted to the "Put a roofie in the updates" approach 16/03/2016 at 15:43 Mokinokaro Windows 10 Installed Without My Permission Sorry There was an error emailing this page. I wholeheartedly recommend the product, but generally recommend looking at computers sold with OEM Windows 10 installs (and the corresponding actually functioning drivers) over upgrading unless, like every other Windows upgrade, https://www.rockpapershotgun.com/2016/03/16/windows-10-stop-upgrade/ A Microsoft spokesperson said in a Q&A: “We have updated the upgrade experience for some of our customers, who had previously reserved their upgrade, to schedule a time for their upgrade
March 12, 2016 ian lowe (@ianlowe1445) @microsofthelps my daughter's laptop started updating to windows 10 without her agreeing & half way through a dissertation. Stop Windows 10 Forced Upgrade Nothing could be further from the truth. Join Forum | Login | Today's Posts | Tutorials | Windows 10 Forum | Windows 8 Forum Welcome to Windows 7 Forums. and it shows your full name and email on the lock screen… I mean, I can violate your privacy with a 35mm MM camera from the 80's.
I'll upgrade when I'm ready, and when I need to. http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/396279-windows-10-tried-upgrade-my-pc-all-itself.html I'm >this< close to telling the techs to disable automatic updates completely for all business customers." Those are the more printable versions. Windows 10 Installed Without Permission 2016 When I enter the upgrade key... Windows 10 Installed Automatically I wasn't "clearly prompted" before Win10 started its installation.
Windows 10 tips and tricks for Wi-Fi and networking Busted! 5 myths of digital transformation IT Resume Makeover: Focus on results that matter All about PowerShell providers and modules More Insider this contact form My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number Acer Aspire Desktop M3910 OS Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit CPU Intel i3 540 Memory 3GB DDR3SD Monitor(s) Displays LG Flatron woodbine View Public What Microsoft is doing is certainly unethical, which is what I care about. Other than the risk factor - inherent to any OS upgrade - and concerns regarding how much it may be monitor your usage and tailor ads, I don't think there's a Windows 10 Updating Without Permission
Windows 7 Help Forums Windows 7 help and support General Discussion » User Name Remember Me? I haven't installed a single update since SP1 on my 7 box, and nothing bad has happened. 16/03/2016 at 14:39 anHorse says: You know I have no objection to "upgrading to I mean, its not just patching something or adding a couple of new features, it's changing the product I bought into another product. 16/03/2016 at 15:15 Awesomeclaw says: IIRC, Windows 10 http://aaaconverter.com/windows-10/how-to-move-installed-programs-to-another-drive-windows-7.html What is also interesting about the upgrade-prep is Microsoft's defense, that it's an "industry practice." Although that may be true in limited instances -- Google's Chrome browser, for example, regularly pre-loads
WHAT YOU CAN DO IF THIS HAPPENS TO YOU. Windows 10 Automatic Upgrade GPL is a fantastic legal construction and should not be swept under the rug. 16/03/2016 at 16:05 silentdan says: @BabyMech You know, you're right. There's no need for MS to do that - they know how to handle a transition from stand-alone license to a subscription model with their Office 365 model.
You must patch to 8.1 first 17/03/2016 at 04:01 NZLion says: I disagree, depending on your device. Just a couple of alternative thoughts… 16/03/2016 at 23:12 Universal Quitter says: Interesting analogy, but I rarely deadline my house's plumbing while trimming my grapes and building a new trellis. Their money from Windows comes from manufacturers buying in bulk and that's not going to change. 17/03/2016 at 01:25 gwathdring says: I think you're missing the forest for the trees a Windows 10 Forced Upgrade Reddit The time to fight mandatory automatic updates has long passed.
I am surprised auto-installation of a new OS without consent is not criminal in some way. 16/03/2016 at 14:19 c-Row says: No issues so far on my home gaming setup other It happens very, very rarely and I do not think it is malicious but it remains that sometimes Windows Update-on either client or server end-is buggy as heck. Those trees are important and interesting and not to be taken lightly. Check This Out I don't recall ever seeing Windows Update act that way, and I've been watching Windows Update for a long, long time.
Perhaps Microsoft forgot. I mean, if you use Windows generally, then yeah, protect yourself from malware over MS. You know which operating system you *do* own? Don't blow that by deciding that you'll just check for updates yourself every couple of weeks.
Bliss. I swear I didn't do anything. There is no ‘informed consent' requirement that goes so far as to require technical knowledge of an update. I'm not sure, but I'm guessing it is all about the money.
Related: Windows Windows 10 Jared writes for PCWorld and TechHive from his remote outpost in Cincinnati. I say that because the descriptions of forced upgrades on the Web vary all over the place.