Just found the most evil Windows story on Robin’s blog, who reblogged this from Ikky’s Personal Blog.
I think it’s typical for The Verge “journalists” to still cling onto outdated and outclassed American software giants programs. We all remember the worst “How to build a computer” misfire in the history of YouTube ever. And where Robin came to the right conclusion (he’s on Linux longer than I am) Ikky didn’t come up with any consequential plan of action at all. 😮
Anyhoo, here’s da storee:
Source: The Verge
The latest proof you don’t own your Windows 10 computer.
I stepped away from my computer for dinner, halfway through writing a story forThe Verge. When I got back, I couldn’t believe my eyes.
Windows 10 had restarted my computer without permission yet again — to install yet another forced OS update onto my solid state drive.
The craziest part: When my machine finished rebooting, it now containedthe exact thing I’d been writing aboutbefore I was rudely interrupted. Microsoft had installed unsolicited, unwanted web app versions of Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Outlook onto my computer.
OK, it’s not as bad as when my entire computer screen got taken over by an unwanted copy of Microsoft Edge.That was truly egregious.
No, this time…
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