Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Microsoft U-turn on "nasty trick" pop-up - BBC News

Good news for those who wish to use Windows 7 indefinitely

"Users were angry that clicking the cross to dismiss the box meant that they had agreed to the upgrade.
Based on "customer feedback", Microsoft said it would add another notification that provided customers with "an additional opportunity for cancelling the upgrade".
The pop-up design had been described as a "nasty trick".
Microsoft told the BBC it had modified the pop-up as a result of criticism: "We've added another notification that confirms the time of the scheduled upgrade and provides the customer an additional opportunity for cancelling or rescheduling the upgrade."
Microsoft U-turn on "nasty trick" pop-up - BBC News

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