Sometime next month, Microsoft will make the next major upgrade for its Windows 10. However, not all that comes with the new Windows 10 Creators update will create happy feelings among users. Users on metered connections, in particular, should brace themselves for a hike in internet connection.
That is because, at the heart of the new Windows 10, Microsoft has removed a fundamental user control option. Riding on Microsoft’s belief that having an OS that is up-to-date, the Redmond has just removed users’ discretion to delay or completely stop Windows 10 update.
In all presently available versions of Windows 10, users can opt out of getting Microsoft update by setting their internet connection as metered. Turning that option on, will tell your operating system not to download any further updates from Microsoft since you are trying to save on data connection. Whether your turn it on for legitimate concerns not to run your internet charges off the roof with those background Windows data consumption, or you simply avoiding getting further updates from the company. Knowing you had that option was reassuring.
But then, why would anyone not want …read more