Redmond becomes more aggressive with Windows 10 upgrades
Microsoft has already confirmed that it wants to make Windows 10 a recommended upgrade starting early 2016, but until this time comes, the company is becoming a little more aggressive in an attempt to convince more people to get the new OS.
Last week, we reported to you that the software giant silently updated the Get Windows 10 app with new options, now displaying upgrade notifications that no longer provide a reject option and forcing users either to install Windows 10 on the spot or download the necessary files and install later.
But it turns out that there’s more. A post on reddit reveals a new change in the Get Windows 10 app that displays different options that push for the upgrade even further.
As you can see for yourselves, users provided with this notification can either upgrade immediately or upgrade the next night, but again, there is no option to refuse the Windows 10 install or at least to delay it.