Windows 10 "The Service" 1st-Anniversary Update 8-2-16: Cortana Gets Tentacles, No Off Switch -- Spirit Guides For All

Follow up on: Windows 10 'The Service' Is Big Brother Computer Takeover: "All I Wanna Be Is Everything" Says He; "World Is Ready" 8-7-15 "Windows 10. It's free to upgrade says Microsoft. Free? What about that old maxim that says "nothing's free". Definitely holds true in this case...This price is the cost represented by the total loss of control over your own computer. Taking control of software out of the hands of users has been a stated goal of the would-be global-population managers for a number of years now (see link @ post)...Probably the biggest change with the introduction of W10 is the concept of Windows now being a "service", ...With W10 redefining the operating system as a service, updates are now mandatory. Not only security updates, but also the very system features. Like it or not, whatever new thing comes out is getting downloaded and installed automatically on W10 systems. No 'off' button on this one. And this for "the life of the device" says Microsoft. In other words, as radically Big-Brother as W10 is here now right out of the box, what it might look like in one year, two years, five years...Well, the ZWO MS-branch already made the answer to that question known back in 2012 when Windows 8 was first released: "All I wanna be is everything..." [see post]
Microsoft won't let you switch off Cortana after the Windows 10 Anniversary Update

Deeper integration of Cortana in the upcoming OS update means the virtual assistant can't be switched off.

Cortana your 'buddy' - or Big Brother? Cortana wants to
know everything. Disabling was possible in the beginning
(see above image) but guess what only one year later...
[excerpted] Windows 10 users will no longer be able to disable Cortana after the Anniversary Update, according to reports. Microsoft's virtual assistant is set to replace the standard search function in the upcoming software update, which rolls out on 2 August and is mandatory to Windows 10 Home customers.

Cortana...is set to become a key part of the user experience in the incoming update...able to save and recall important information and deliver notifications across all your Windows 10 devices, as well as being accessible from the lock screen.

Currently, Windows 10 users can disable Cortana from within the Settings menu, although this options appears to be no more in the Anniversary Update, according to PC World.

...there does appear to be ways that users can at least limit Cortana's awareness and prevent it being the all-knowing digital assistant that Microsoft envisions. For starters, you can make it deaf to the "Hey Cortana" voice prompt as well as stop it from chiming in with suggestions and notifications while you're working. You can do this from Cortana's settings windows. [but refuse it..oh no you won't]

Compare also: Windows 10 Big Brother Promo Reveals Children Of The World As Target Group -- To Be A 'Spirit Guide'? 8-11-15 "As a service control over the computer has been removed from the owner. Rather than the user controlling the computer, the computer is to now control the user. Without question this is the Windows 10 game plan. Mentioned in the [post @ link]...as radically Big Brother as Windows 10 is now out of the box and what it might actually morph into in the years to come as it gets 'updated' automatically from this point forward...is in fact very clearly revealed in the below video [see post]: they are coming especially for all the children of the planet. --- "These kids will grow up with Windows 10" is the boast. Talking, singing, joking, listening computers...that also bio-identify, and, says the promo video [:18], "every screen is meant to be touched", almost as if the intent of all this computer-befriending was to make the child 'one with the computer' - so to speak. Talking, touching, being 'Cortana-assisted' - the whole thing sounds very much like a "spirit-guide" experience actually. That of course is not a good thing. And note especially the statement at 30 seconds - here paraphrased: 'as they grow...the technology will 'get better' too'. No doubt this is true, and no doubt the 'better technology' is all planned out already, for the end goal of such things as these can be nothing less than to own them, 666-style..." [see post, video]
Mandatory update leaving no right of refusal to "personal assistant" Cortana. Definitely a cause for concern for W10 users. Only one year out of the box and "Windows 10 the service" is now 'dictating' to users how it's going to be. Something of an omen is it not for future "service" updates in the coming years....

Have windows 10? Saying it that way does not seem to be an accurate way to look at it anymore. More like Windows 10 has you. Be very much aware.
 Rev. 18:4
Isaiah 8:19 'And when they shall say unto you, Seek unto them that have familiar spirits, and unto wizards that peep, and that mutter: should not a people seek unto their God? for the living to the dead?'

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