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Microsoft displays full-screen reminder of Windows 10 upgrade for July 29
Microsoft will show users a reminder of the Windows 10 upgrade that takes up the entire screen. Until July 29 it is possible to upgrade to Windows 10 from Windows 7 and 8.1, then it will cost money to upgrade.
Some users of Windows 7 and 8.1, the message get to see, says Microsoft. The display recalls in large letters the user to the fact that the offer to upgrade to Windows 10 will expire on 29 July. Users have the choice to start the upgrade or to be later recalled immediately. If you prefer not to opt for ‘do not remember me anymore, “and who doubts may choose once again to show up to three times the notification.
Users who have installed a recent version of the Get Windows 10 app will not see the full screen message. The same applies to people who have removed Windows 10 following an earlier upgrade and for people who have hidden notifications of Get Windows 10 app. The arrival of the full-screen reminder following matters, after the news that Microsoft announced to make it easier to reject the upgrade. The past year, many users have criticized the way Microsoft users tried to persuade to switch to Windows 1Viewing:-112
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