Many Windows users have been complaining that they have been forced into upgrading their systems to Windows 10 despite the fact that they were quite comfortable with their Windows 7 and Windows 8 systems.
The new Windows 10 update prompt makes it easier for Windows 7 and Windows 8 customers to schedule or decline the offer.
Normally when a new program starts you can simply click the red cross that appears at the top right corner of the window. Contrary to the usual practice, whenever people got the Windows 10 update prompt in Window and when they clicked the red cross, it would automatically commence the Windows 10 upgrade. This is where many were upgraded to Windows 10 even when they had chosen not to.
Now when you click the red cross, it simply closes the window and it doesn’t proceed with the upgrade. That was a huge nuisance.
After the latest changes, you can upgrade now, choose a future time when you would like to upgrade, or simply decline the upgrade altogether.