How to repair and prevent changes to your Operating System (OS)
Microsoft is hitting all-time new lows that are a gross privacy invasion to those of us on Windows 7 and 8.
Today, my machine automatically updated to Windows 10 while I went away for 15 minutes, even though I did not ask to install it. Turns out Microsoft just installed new vicious malware to take over your OS and install it without your knowledge or consent.
Here’s a way to repair and control them from changing your Operating System (OS)
FU MICROSOFT. FU.
But here’s the icky part: The redesigned GWX pop-up now treats exiting the window as consent for the Windows 10 upgrade.
So after more than half a year of teaching people that the only way to say “no thanks” to Windows 10 is to exit the GWX application—and refusing to allow users to disable the pop-up in any obvious manner, so they had to press that
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