Microsoft reportedly forcing older versions to upgrade to Windows 10 ver. 1709 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Wayne   
Tuesday, 13 March 2018 14:17
upgrade nowEarlier in 2015, Microsoft officially released its new Windows 10 operating system. With the release, the company forced users to upgrade to its latest Operating System Windows 10 without the consent of users. The company had faced a backlash from the users when it tried to force them to upgrade to the company’s latest Windows 10 operating system without their consent. This forced the users to block the upgrade for as long as 365 days before downloading the latest version. Today again we are getting reports that some users on their PCs with Windows 10 Anniversary Update (version 1607) and Windows 10 Creators Update (version 1703) are being forced to upgrade to the company’s latest Windows 10 version Fall Creators Update (1709). This upgrade is happening for users who have turned off the Windows Update option on their PCs. The upgrade notification has come as a surprise to a lot of users, since the company is busy working on its next major update Spring Creators Update version 1803 which is scheduled to be released in April this year and is working on smoothing the Windows Upgrade path for its latest Windows 10 upgrade. Check out OUR FORUM for more.