Microsoft explains Windows 10 upgrade nags as 'playful, light approach to informing customers'

Charlee Gothard
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Says the messages can easily be turned off

Following rising customer ire over the multifarious methods Microsoft has deployed to "encourage" Windows 8 and, especially, Windows 7 customers to embrace their free Windows 10 upgrade, Computing ...

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