Microsoft gets pushy with Windows 10

windows-10-start-menu-customised-live-tilesThe cheeky chap in charge of Microsoft Windows 10 has revealed plans the company has to push an upgrade to your machine – seemingly whether you like it or not.

Terry Myerson wrote in a Microsoft blog that at the beginning of next year the firm will call Windows 10 a “recommended update”.

And that means, whether you like it or not, the upgrade process will start on your PC, Microsoft is auto downloading the software needed to run Windows 10 to million of peoples’ PCs.

Myserson said before the upgrade changes your operating system, you’ll be prompted to choose whether or not to carry on.

The problem is that it’s hard to turn off automatic updates in Windows 7 or Windows 8.1.

Myserson said that over 110 million devices have upgraded to Windows 10.

If you accidentally install Windows 10 you’ll have a chance to roll back to your previous Windows version “if you don’t love it,” said Myerson.