Sorry to hear that.Short of unplugging the PC, it has control.
Its loaded now
You can turn off most of it's sharing features.My SiL who's in IT security says it shares to much. I'll check it out and can still go back to 7 in 30 days.
Not sure I can trust MS from here on out.
Sorry to hear that.
You can turn off most of it's sharing features.
And you can make it appear more like the Os you are use to.
And if you do not like the way that looks you can go all out with Stardock software.
I reinstalled windows 7 and uninstalled the update that allowed Windows 10 to download.
I will not be bullied by MS.
Greetings, PoS. :2wave:
I am so happy to hear that I wasn't the only one this happened to! My computer guy switched me back to Win7! What's going on?
Wait they put ads on your 'puter?
I'm on Apple so I really don't understand.
The 'Aps' bar has 'suggested' aps on it... so it comes ripe for them to get income from programs they recommend. You can delete that junk before it installs.. but ..argh.
I am staying windows 7 till 2020 ... then, I have a disk that has 10 on it with a license key, so if I want, i can upgrade then.
microsoft is pushing 10, because they get income from the ads. If you are on 8 or 8.1, that is not being supported , but 7 will be supported till 2020.
Greetings, RAMOSS. :2wave:
Thanks for the info. :thumbs: I don't know if it's true or not, but I was told today that starting in August, people will be charged for Windows 10, which might explain why W10 was being pushed on W7 users a while back. They changed me one evening without any prior warning, which sure came as an unwelcome surprise to me, since I couldn't stop the changeover, no matter what I tried! :shock:
If you upgrade, make a copy of it with the license key, you can go back later with that license key.. and I think the free offer does indeed expire in July. I put the GWX controll panel on my machines so I don't get an unwelcome surprise. My one laptop, and the desktop are both 5 years old, so both they will be totally obsolete by the time 2020 rolls along.