Windows 10 Adoption Already Slowing Down

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  1. Posts : 2,832
    MS Windows 10 Home
       #70

    Microsoft has been doing the same thing for years....

    and many, many people still love the company, and we use their software..... BECAUSE....

    in many cases it is the software that we need....

    zooburner said:
    This is perhaps the most worrying for me, Microsoft uses your PC and your internet connection and bandwidth as a server !

    Windows Update Delivery Optimization: FAQ - Windows Help
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  2. Posts : 3
    win 10
       #71

    Wifes cpu would not upgrade to win10.

    Changed the HD, upgraded just fine, from win 7 beginner.

    Charl
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  3. Posts : 17
    Windows 10 Home Single Language Version 1909 - OS build 18363.720
       #72

    Lee said:
    . . .OMG. . .look out it that nasty old MS coming after you. . .they want all your information so they can come and get you. . .destroy you, kill you, and . . .what a brunch of crap. . .please. . .really!!!!!!!!!!. . .
    I agree completely. Some people are just too paranoid.
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  4. Posts : 4
    Windows 7
       #73

    Personally, I think that mocking people for having privacy concerns deeper than one's own is out of line. In what way is it harming you or anyone else if someone else prefers not to have their private information tracked?
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  5. Posts : 1,151
    Windows 10 Pro
       #74

    profdlp said:
    Personally, I think that mocking people for having privacy concerns deeper than one's own is out of line. In what way is it harming you or anyone else if someone else prefers not to have their private information tracked?
    its the anti Microsoft thing that being mocked you don't see people going on about google which has had no privacy policy for years or apple or Facebook ect that been doing it lot longer then Microsoft yet people still use them and say nothing but if Microsoft do it MS is the biggest evil thing ever hope that anti MS ranter that Learner99 posted about in link don't use goggle or facebook or apple because all do same
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  6. Posts : 1,151
    Windows 10 Pro
       #75

    zooburner said:
    He was quoting from an article that does make scary reading !
    hope article writer don't use google then they been doing that for years no privacy policy it just a anti Microsoft rant
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  7. him
    Posts : 31
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64
       #76

    zooburner said:
    This is perhaps the most worrying for me, Microsoft uses your PC and your internet connection and bandwidth as a server !
    Sorry, but I don't understand how MS can use your internet and bandwidth?
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  8. Posts : 30
    windows 10
       #77

    him said:
    Sorry, but I don't understand how MS can use your internet and bandwidth?
    If you don't opt out, updates are shared from your computer using a sort of P2P method.
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  9. Posts : 14,579
    Windows 10 IoT
       #78

    him said:
    Sorry, but I don't understand how MS can use your internet and bandwidth?
    Windows 10 Adoption Already Slowing Down-updates-capture.png

    You can turn it off if you want so no big deal. If you have multiple PC's in your household it could actually save you bandwidth. You would only download the update once, and then share it across all your PC's so they could do the update without downloading it all over again.
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  10. him
    Posts : 31
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64
       #79


    @alphanumeric and @frankenhooker - Thanks for the details. I did not read those details on my PC when I turned off that option. The font wasn't clear and I did not want to read a lot! But yes, I see now. They can send updates down to other devices on your own network or to other PC across internet.


    I think this should all be a part of the initial set-up process, where the user gets to choose all such settings. It would be the ideal way, rather than people discovering over the internet, etc. Some people may not even know it unless they explicitly searched for it on internet.

    For myself, I found out this setting, when I read on the internet that updates would automatically be downloaded and bandwidth would be consumed, unless I switch these settings. I have a metered internet connection, so this could have been dangerous. It will still be dangerous for millions of "general users" across the world, who would use a PC as PC and are not "tech savvy"

    So yes, agreed, it is dangerous.
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