Microsoft recently revealed its plan to focus on Windows 10 upgrade on its future PC’s. Starting just this week, Microsoft is now re-categorizing all of its Windows 10 as “recommended update” in all of its Windows Update system.
This only explains that Windows 10 upgrade process will download and thereafter automatically start on thousands of machines worldwide.
While the mentioned upgrade process starts automatically and of its existing Win 7 and Win 8.1. Users will choose whether they decide to upgrade to Windows 10 or not.
Windows 10 will then automatically download and start the upgrade process, depending on your Windows Update settings, but you can opt out and not receive nagging prompts to update, Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 users who has metered connection will have to turn off the automatic updates, in order to prevent Windows 10 installer from downloading automatically.
Microsoft just confirmed the change in a statement to Verge. “As we shared in late October on the Windows Blog, we are committed to making it easy for our Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 customers to upgrade to Windows 10,” said by a Microsoft spokesperson.
“We updated the upgrade experience today to help our customers, who previously reserved their upgrade, schedule a time for their upgrade to take place.”