Once again, Microsoft has been caught out putting the security of its users at risk, by employing what has been described as a "nasty trick" to force an upgrade to Windows 10.
The push is apparently on by Microsoft to make users, especially consumers, upgrade from Windows 7 or 8 to Windows 10.
The desktop share of Windows computers worldwide fell below 90 per cent for the first time since it established the mark, according to figures from the web analytics company Net Applications.
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