Microsoft recently boasted a number of Windows 10 installations that exceeded 100 million. This success is somewhat forced, because the American concern not only distributes its software for free but also uses unclean tricks that cause the software to install on our computers automatically.
A few weeks ago it came to light that the latest Microsoft operating system, which is Windows 10, automatically gets onto the disks of our computers, completely without the user’s knowledge. This can still be a pain, but lately we are hearing that the platform also forces automatic installation.
Arstechnica editors who have looked at the issue have discovered that the optional system update feature is enabled by default, which should not be the case, as it depends on whether the user chooses to install the optional patches. The advantage is that the system installer requires our intervention so it will not install new windows yourself. However, you may miss messages and then a new system will appear on the disk.