I watch TV sometimes and advertisements nag me to buy different kinds of cheese or go on holiday to Croatia rather than Cuba. Should I complain about the EULA I signed with my TV provider that I'm not interested as I don't speak Russian?
I agree with most of what you say Jody, but not this. Whether 10 is better or not, if a user is incapable of deciding how to answer the question "do you want to upgrade" then they should be upgraded.
@dencal, last time I checked this is a "Windows 10 Forum"; not a "I must love Windows 10 Forum", so anyone who hates the OS or Microsoft's marketing tactics is just as welcome to post here as are the fans of the OS. Again, I am an open-minded person, as I have said that as Windows 10 develops, there may end up some killer feature that I've got to have, I may switch to the OS someday.
Hey, when I read someone who posts about how Windows 10 and especially Edge are the best thing since sliced bread, and everything before it was crap, that's just as silly. That's simply not true. All of Microsoft's product lines have successes and failures. Just because I dislike Windows 10, does not mean I lack an open mind, nor should it make me any less welcome to post here.
And IMHO, pointing to the 200 million number as a Grand Microsoft Success is just as silly as pointing to it as a failure.
I just get a bit unnerved when people don't actually BELIEVE that I really like the upgrade, or that their points against it don't concern me. No, I am not a Microsoft employee/shill/etc.
By the way, am I reading right that you're in radio?
Windows 10 is great! Full steam ahead, MS!
Anyway, I love being on the air. I still get excited about it like a big kid does at Christmas. I backed out of it for twenty or so years to develop an IT career, but I wasn't happy in the corporate scheme of things any more.
Have a good day.