Unhappy Windows 10 users in Illinois are taking Microsoft to court, claiming that problems caused by the Windows 10 upgrade show that it was negligently designed, that Microsoft fraudulently failed to disclose its defects, and that the upgrade is unfit for purpose.
We’re almost two weeks away from Windows Vista’s official End of Life (EoL) date, April 11, 2017, more than ten years after Microsoft officially launched Windows, back in January 2007.
Windows 10 is a fast and efficient operating system that’s designed to enhance user productivity. The most-used desktop operating system offers a multitude of features that help the users juggle between applications seamlessly and multi-task with minimum efforts.
Windows 10 may have been a free upgrade, however, it comes with ads pushed to the system using different avenues (even if you’ve upgraded for a fee, sadly). These ads appear at various places including Start menu, Action Center, Cortana as well as on the lock screen. These ads coax you to buy apps and services that you may or may not need.
Windows 10 offers a lot of interesting features, and the advanced boot options to troubleshoot many of the Windows 10 problems, is one of them. You can reset your PC, restore it to a previous state, boot to a different operating system, use “Startup Repair” to fix startup issues and boot Windows 10 in safe mode to troubleshoot problems.