Windows 10 Mobile Redstone Builds Bringing New Loading Circle Animation

Windows 10 Mobile Redstone Builds Bringing New Loading Circle Animation

MICROSOFT IS so determined to get people to upgrade to Windows 10 that not even ignoring the upgrade window will save you. This will ensure that users use the more advanced and secure Edge browser for regular work and that they'll use IE 11 only in specific circumstances. The rest of us now get the same complaints hotline Insiders have enjoyed for ages. With Windows 10 running on 300 million active devices, it's no small undertaking.

The change has occurred because Microsoft has changed Windows 10 to a "Recommended" update, which many Windows users accept. The Insiders are, after all, a self-selecting group who signed up for the wild ride that is previews deemed unfit for production.

The American tech giant has been aggressive pushing updates to its desktop operating system onto its users - and drawn significant criticism for the techniques employed.

Microsoft is going to receive a lot of heat for its more aggressive tactics to get people to upgrade to Windows 10, whether they like it or not. To avoid the upgrade, diehard resisters had to click a red "X" in the upper-right corner that closed the window.

Microsoft's Windows 10 Anniversary update is set to be launched this summer.

Microsoft has tried to clear up the issue and have said that the upgrade can still be canceled. However, other sites have also pointed out the change to the prompt also adds a more explicit way to cancel the upgrade. This is another handy update, after bringing movie recommendations, and improved downloads. It should also help to ensure that each major upgrade is actually worthwhile. It tells the company you're happy to have your computer updated at the time shown inside the pop-up. The free upgrade offer will end on July 29, so make sure you don't miss out.

He said the latest push from Microsoft "seems purposefully created to confuse users who have been wearily slogging through the nagging for half a year now".

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