Microsoft Adopts Aggressive Windows 10 Upgrade Tactics By Telling Users To Upgrade On The Same Day
Time and time again, Microsoft has been forcing Windows 10 update upon its Windows 7 and 8.1 users. While the free upgrade offer is definitely lucrative, some people just aren’t ready to make the jump to a new OS yet and this intrusive behavior by Microsoft isn’t helping their case.
According to recent reports in yet another forced upgrade instance, Windows 7 and 8.1 users are now getting a prompt to upgrade to Windows 10 with just two options to choose from: “Upgrade now” and “Upgrade tonight” so those who have been delaying the upgrade for months seem to be out of luck now.
There is always the option to simply click on the close button but Microsoft is nothing but persistent and the upgrade dialogue continues to pop up again and again for users who close the upgrade dialogue box. There is only so much one can run from destiny and it seems that an upgrade to Windows 10 is inevitable for every PC user who has Windows as their OS of choice.
“Our aspiration is for customers to choose Windows, and to love Windows,” said Windows chief Terry Myerson back in late October. “We would encourage everyone to upgrade because Windows 10 is the best Windows ever – familiar, safer, faster, and full of innovations.”
Starting next year, Windows 10 will be “upgraded” from an Optional update to a Recommended update. That change means that a whole new wave of Windows 7 and Windows 8 machines will begin downloading the installation files for Windows 10 automatically and will initiate the install process for the operating system.