Alert: Windows 10 Now A 'Recommended' Update, May Auto Install - Because Big Brother Wants You On The 'IoT'

Windows 10 is now a 'recommended update' that starts automatically

Microsoft is ramping up its push to get Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 users to upgrade to Windows 10. If you haven't already downloaded Windows 10, your computer may do it for you automatically as soon as this week.

Microsoft has made Windows 10 a "recommended update," for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 users, the company confirmed today.

"The new experience has begun to roll out in a phased approach to more Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 customers, although we do not have any information to share at this time with respect to individual regions."

Previously, the newest version of the Windows operating system was an "optional" update. Recommended updates are typically downloaded and installed automatically if automatic updates are enabled. Because such updates are often security patches and fixes, they are enabled by default. Microsoft strongly recommends allowing automatic updates.

In the case of Windows 10, users will be "clearly prompted to choose whether or not to continue," before the process completely changes the operating system of their device, Microsoft assured users in a blog post in October.

Where is the 'no' button? Oh, there isn't one. This is a screenshot of what up to this point has been
the optional upgrade. If you see this, or something like it, W10 is already downloaded on your computer
Windows 10 takes control of the computer away from the user, essentially turning it into a Big Brother home portal. It tracks, listens, records, talks, downloads whatever it decides to automatically, and more; and is fully intended to continue to morph into who knows what in the years to come. No longer a 'product' says MS, it is now a "service". Of course the user does not own a 'service' - a service is something provided to him. The 'service' aka W10 is ultimately designed to plug users into the IoT* - "internet of things". That would be your W10 home portal, smart phone, smart TV, smart home with smart meter and smart refrigerator etc., smart Barbie [link], smart car, smart whatever all wired into one huge control grid with which to Big Brother micromanage the planet. Windows 10 Microsoft's final system designed to make it happen. Which explains why the aggressiveness to force all users to surrender their digital autonomy to the would-be Brave New World managers of the unseen netherworld [Eph. 6:12].

And so here it goes, first phase of the advanced W10 force tactics, removing it from optional so-called upgrade and shifting it to "recommended". More than likely many people will be caught off guard and find themselves installing 'the service' whether they really want to or not. Taking full control of Windows update is now absolutely imperative if you do not want to give control of your machine and ultimately of yourself over to the "IoT". These things were also the topic of this previous post:

Alert: Microsoft Vows To "Do Everything They Possibly Can" To "Push" All Users To Windows 10 'The Service' 1-4-16 "Microsoft vowing to do "everything [they] possibly can to get people to move to Windows 10" is a huge statement. More specifically, vowing the intent to even "push" to get what they want reveals how intentional they plan to be. These statements clearly signal that this now openly stated Microsoft policy cannot be ignored. As pointed out in the above article Windows 7 is to be supported until 2020. Regardless of that, Microsoft also announced two months or so ago that Windows 10 "upgrades" will in this year 2016 be moved for Windows 7 & 8 computers into the optional update category, and then a little later this year into the recommended update category [link]. This is the beginning of the aggressive strategy. At this point, when it goes to 'recommended' status, any W7 or W8 users that have automatic updates turned on will soon have Windows 10 installing itself on their computers. The user will still have to give a final 'ok' reportedly, but it will at that point be already on the machine and ready to go. Perhaps this is what Microsoft views as "a push"...Important to consider also that users who do not have automatic updates turned on will still have to carefully go over each individual update and cancel anything Widows 10 related...Here is the reality for all W7 and W8 users. Taking complete control of the "Windows update" system of your computer/s is from this point forward critical if you do not want to be tricked or forced into being wired into the morphing Big Brother home-portal system aka Windows 10 the "service". Be informed. This is just the start of 'doing everything they possibly can'. What does that say for 2017, 2018, etc.? -- Keeping the talking tracking recording morphing Windows 10 'service' out is going to take some effort obviously. Recommend making that effort." [see post]

*and: Windows 10 Big Brother Takeover Is On: Microsoft Announces New Processors To Only Work With W10 1-16-16 "Microsoft also just announced days ago a Windows 10 "milestone". With the latest "mandatory" update, for the very first time, all devices using Windows 10 are now on the exact same build. Computers to mobile to xbox, and even the IoT (internet of things). This is being touted as "a triumph for convergence" [link]. No doubt that is true. The goal is digital control of the entire globe and morphing W10 to connect everything is the plan. Phasing out everything else is the method, and as is now evident, pushing and shoving is the strategy of the method..."

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Anonymous said...

Tom, thank you for the updates. I think we all knew this was coming...just a matter of time. At some point, I have absolutely no problem with taking a hammer to my computer and tossing the pieces into the trash can. It will be by the leading of the Holy Spirit!

Anonymous said...

I appreciate all the info you give!
Because of a virus that came from... Well... Nowhere really...I had to get a new laptop for homework. No store sold anything older than Windows 8.1. So I had to go with that. Because of your posts on this, I immediately went and changed my settings to not automatically download anything. I'm hoping that this wards off the update for at least a little while. If not, then so be it. It's been nice having a laptop while it lasted. Maybe there is a pawn shop somewhere in my town that has Windows XP... Or better yet, Windows 95.