I thought MS only licensed patents from Nokia as part of the buyout deal.
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I love how all that "based on your settings" verbiage tries to subtly insinuate that it's your own damn fault they're doing this to you.
I think this new nagware version caught my Dad. He uninstalled and went back to Win7 with no apparent damage.
I finally gave in to it a few weeks ago on my home machine when the nagware slipped in with an update from IE10->IE11.
Still feel confident about those automatic updates?
At least it didn't turn out to be a security breach.
Hey look! Another Faulty W10 update!
And that blocking tool doesn't work on this one. You have to go registry diving instead to stop the loop.
We're dealing with the KB3008923 IE Dialog issue here. The others sound even worse. I spent a day recovering from an update that BSODd me several months back. I don't install updates automatically anymore because of that.
Changes to how testing is done at MS not going to plan?
(the "google." meant that I suspect a variety of google ctld's/regional sites might be affected, so I don't want to single out any)
I liked the black bar menu better too.