Tuesday, 31 May 2016

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Chinese users complained last aggressive move by Microsoft to get them to adopt Windows 10, according to the news service supported by the Communist government of the country.
Chinese users-have complained about Microsoft's latest aggressive move to get 'em to adopt Windows 10 , selon the news services backed by the country's Communist government. 

IT giant Microsoft is under fire in China as the company pushes users to update their operating systems Windows 10, "said China Daily, a language newspaper English in the People's Republic of China (PRC), in a story reprinted from Xinhua, the official news agency of the government.

Earlier this month, Microsoft began another push to boost adoption by pre-scheduling the free Windows 10 upgrade. On-screen notices warned users of the impending upgrade, but limited the cancel option to an easily-overlooked, one-word link in the notification’s text. And clicking the red “X” in the upper-right corner of the dialog box — by convention a last resort for users wanting to cancel an operation — instead authorized the upgrade to begin at the allotted time.

Microsoft has also joined forces with Baidu to distribute the Windows 10 upgrade in China in exchange for making the search provider the default within Edge, the operating system’s newest browser.


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