Microsoft made a mistake!
During free update process of the Windows 10, users often made harsh criticisms on the internet for annoying warnings. At some point, the update reminder even closed the users’ current applications. However, Microsoft accepted this mistake in Windows 10, albeit a bit late.
Chris Capossela, CMO of the company, commented on Windows 10’s update policy in an interview. Capossela, who said he was very aggressive about the update and said that he was going on a line, said it was a big mistake to keep update warnings out, especially when the user closed the dialog window by pressing the key. In a short period of time, the official said that the whole world was affected by this question and they later said that they had solved this problem and that they had come out with great lessons from this situation. There are no such warnings because migrations to Windows 10 are now fee-based. After taking such a lesson, we hope Microsoft will not be so aggressive to make the users update their operating systems.