Zooburner you have a good point there well said
Usually, there is a tool released to business customers to block stuff like this from downloading on their networks. Mainly to stop the end user from upgrading the PC without IT's consent etc. That usually then leaks to the Internet. I haven't heard a whisper of that happening so far. The IT guy in a large company that uses WUS can block those individual updates from ever reaching any PC on the internal network. Not so easy for portable devices and BYOD. Assuming they aren't already running Windows 10.
This is at least a partial explanation for Microsoft's heavy handed tactics. I can't imagine this W-10 adoption rate is meeting their expectations.
Forcing users to upgrade, however, is a double-edged sword: while some might actually like Windows 10, others could be outraged with this approach and decide to go back to Windows 7 or a non-Windows OS altogether.
It would be interesting to see just how that would have gone had they not done the crafty with the ticked optional update.
Works ok with Edge so could be something to do with IE11 which I don't have or use now since coming to windows 10;Posted by OldMike65
Bing drives me crazy still to this day, why?? because when I use bing, next time I log on with my IE 11 I get this huge screen covering my home page, thanking me for using Bing!!! Drives me nuts!!! lol
As posted by HippsieGypsieThey need to make Bing at least half as good as Google before they start encouraging people to use it.
OK what is wrong with it
Myself I find it better than google.