"Users were angry that clicking the cross to dismiss the box meant that they had agreed to the upgrade.Microsoft U-turn on "nasty trick" pop-up - BBC News
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."
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