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Windows 10 Ads Unacceptable, Users Complain in Feedback Hub

Softpedia Monday, 20 March 2017
Windows 10 Ads Unacceptable, Users Complain in Feedback HubAds in Windows 10 are becoming more of a common thing these days, but this still doesn’t mean that users are okay with them. And living proof is the number of posts complaining about ads in the Feedback Hub. More and more users turn to the Windows 10 feedback platform to complain about the ads they’ve started seeing in the operating system, including the OneDrive banner that shows up in File Explorer every now and then. Most of these users consider the ads “unacceptable,” pointing out that Microsoft shouldn’t adopt such an aggressive approach against those who are running the company’s operating system on their PCs, especially if they paid for it. Remove ads or else And just like it happens every time Microsoft does something that annoys its customers, there are users threatening to move to Apple should the company continue displaying ads in Windows 10. “I paid good money for this machine running a paid copy of ...
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