Windows 10: Windows 10 says hello, but not without controversy

  1.    29 Dec 2015 #1

    Windows 10 says hello, but not without controversy


    Windows 10 couldn't have come as more of a breath of fresh air for those who were stuck on a widely-unpopular Windows 8. But there was still a good portion of people left on Windows 7, put off from upgrading -- not just because of the problems with Windows 8, but the subsequent allegations of data tracking and privacy invasions by Windows 10. Troubles only got worse when Microsoft tried to foist the operating system on existing users with mandatory upgrades. Despite the issues and controversies, the software still has about 7 percent usage share, according to the US government's analytics service.

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    Windows 10 Pro/Windows 7 Ultimate
       29 Dec 2015 #2

    Should have posted this in News. Thanks for the links though!
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