Following a wave of complaints by users, Microsoft has decided to tweak its upgrade policy for the tech giant’s Windows 10 operating system. The company is changing the notices it sends to users of previous versions.
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Microsoft is starting to roll out its new Windows 10 operating system. It's available for free to a large proportion of Windows users. You think that's a poor business model? – Far from it, insists DW's Hardy Graupner. Windows 10 comes with quite a lot of new features and improvements over everything we've seen before. Among other things, there's now…
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San Francisco (AFP) – Microsoft’s next-generation operating system will be available in October as the software giant strives to stay relevant in a blossoming mobile era centred on tablets and smartphones. “This will be the biggest product and services launch year in our company’s history,” Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer said at an annual gathering …