It’s Easier to Say No to Microsoft’s Windows 10 Update Now

Microsoft is finally making it easier for users to say no to Windows 10 updates. The Redmond giant has been criticized for the past several months. There have been reports of Microsoft forcibly installing updates for the Windows 10 upgrade even when the user does not want to.

The special thing is that this decision has been taken by Microsoft when there is less than a month left in the free upgrade offer of Windows 10. The free upgrade offer for Windows 10 ends on July 29. Microsoft will release an update to Windows 7 and Windows 8 users that will change the notification that offers a free upgrade to Windows 10.

Microsoft Senior Director with SiliconBeat Conversation The company said, “The company has heard complaints from users about ‘incongruity’ of upgrade notifications and that is why the company is changing them. We are working very hard to solve this problem. We are working hard to deliver a Windows operating system that everyone will love.”

Terry Merson, Executive Vice President of Microsoft’s Windows and Devices Group zdnet Said, “We started our journey with Windows 10 with a clear goal. We wanted people to choose and like it with the need of Windows. Keeping that in mind, we will be launching a new upgrade this week for millions of PCs around the world. In the new notification, the options of Upgrade Now, Choose a Time or Decline Free Offer will be available.

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