Look Out for Windows10 Updates in 2016
A little birdie told me -- no wait, it was an article by Woody Leonhard at InfoWorld.com -- that related that early in 2016, Microsoft intends to begin pushing automatic updates to Windows 10. The way the company will do this is via the automatic updates for current Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 users.
Microsoft is couching this approach as the logical way to make the Windows 10 upgrade easily available to people. Terry Myerson, a Microsoft fella, explained tWat soon after the first of the year, the Windows10 upgrade will be categorized as a "Recommended Update," something that if you've chosen "automatic updates" on your machine for Windows, may then happen automatically.
According to Myerson, before your machine/gadget would change to a different OS than what you've been using, you'll be given the option whether to continue to the Windows10 upgrade or keep what you have. This Microsoft fella says you can try Windows10 for 31 days, but if you don't like it, you can roll back to your previous OS.
Just keep a keen eye out for these impending changes if you aren't interested in changing to Windows10.
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