Yes meant to post it in News sorry
Yes MS did mention this when Win 10 first went to public, but they weren't stressing it like now. That's got me a bit worried with the "you only have 31 days to try it out" language.
Anyway I suppose we'll start getting this and the PC upgrade answers in the coming months as I'll be doing my normal 3-year major hardware upgrade in 2016.
And yeah, to me no means no - If I say no I don't want to upgrade to 10, don't plaster my PC with update files or "notices" to upgrade. No means no... leave me the heck (clean version) alone!
Right now I have to build a Win 7 machine to give to a family member that I need to stay Win 7. I don't need them nagged to death with Win 10 upgrade "notices".
Yeah I think were all aware of MS' aggressiveness on this already. We'd just wish they'd listen to us - no means no.
Though I agree with you, I don't think MS is too concerned with their image in the way they are aggressively pushing Windows 10, in some instances forcing it on you (don't forget this lovely thread at the top of our forum here).
Anyway as I said, I'm running Windows 10 Pro and loving it; however I don't want all my machines to be Win 10 and should have the option of saying no and being left alone. Period.
Well I don't have a cap, but I know some do and that can be an issue as well. For me I just want to keep different OS's without being nagged to death.
It kind of defeats the point of MSDN and having different OS to test with? What's the point of running different OS for testing if they are all going to nag me to upgrade to Windows 10? And all download install files in the background?