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Windows 10 market share stalls after free upgrade offer ends

Dan 55 Silver badge

Not because it's free

When it's pushed with a huge dialog, then disguised as a security update, then you're given the options of updating now or updating tonight, then then close button programs the update, it's going to get installed on loads of machines. Then when all that stops hardly anyone installs it, which is what would have happened if they hadn't pushed it.

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