Windows 10 you might have updated to in July 2015 will be a different OS than Windows 10 plus all its updates a year later.
Let me say that I've always been a big fan of Windows because Microsoft does care about compatibility vs.
Let's look at some of the reasons why you should stay on your current version of the operating system.
While the software giant has managed to fix many of the issues that cause the upgrade process to fail, many users have been reporting failures to upgrade to Windows 10 due to different number of reasons.
If you decide to disable total tracking (including keyboard scanning and voice recording) you'll have to disable over a hundred different Internet addresses and then no one guarantees that a new Windows update doesn't add new hosts because Microsoft surely is not interested in losing such a lucrative feature meant for Big Brother agencies.
The software giant employed some increasingly sneaky tricks to fool Windows 7 and 8.1 users into accepting an OS upgrade they didn’t want and, inevitably, some unhappy victims are now looking to sue.
Secondly, Microsoft has stripped us of controlling Windows updates.
It was ostensibly done to improve the user experience by keeping the system up to date and perhaps malware free, but the truth is that a built-in antimalware protection in Windows is simply horrible (according to various AV comparisons Microsoft Essentials misses over 20% of in the wild malware) and said updates mean nothing for security because over 90% of infections happen due to the user actions (like downloading and installing dubious applications). Thirdly, as Microsoft has stated multiple times, Windows 10 will not have any service packs, Windows 10 is the final version of Windows, because Windows 10 has become a service, it will be updated over time to bring new features and remove the old ones.
Users are now accusing Photobucket of extortion, as the service failed to make the update to its terms of service abundantly clear.
It all began last week when Photobucket announced in a short blog post that it had updated its terms of service that had begun taking effect from June 20th.