2 hours ago, wkempf wrote
@magicalclick: You're opinion there is in the minority. Most people regard Lenovo as one of the best PC makers. I've never owned one, so I'm not talking personally, but it takes very little research to see how well regarded Lenovo PCs are.
In any case, you're still entirely missing the point. As long as there are OEMs, and Microsoft has publicly stated they want the OEMs, then OEMs installing crapware (or in this case, malware) is a Microsoft problem. They must address it.
As much as I want to acknowledge your pain or frustration instead of telling you to #dealwithit.
There isn't really much MS can do about it. It is simply impossible to force customers to misuse your product. If your product can be misused, the customer is allow to do so.
I am not talking about money. I am no talking about windows ecosystem. I am talking about customer will use your product the way they wanted to, regardless that's recommended usage or not. You can only file claim to FBI/FDA that the customer is doing illegal activities. That's about it. Same with every industrial products and consumer products.
You are simply asking for impossible.
MS already all they can do at this point. Even a special RT and Surface. That's pretty much at max.