Friday, April 10, 2015

Windows 7 and 8.1 Users Nudged in Windows 10's Direction

Windows 7 and 8.1 users have not received further stimulus to download the Windows 10 and later this summer, after secretly Microsoft implements a push in the right direction, as part of a new update.
The optional KB3035583 update for the two previous versions of Windows include "additional capabilities for Windows update notifications one when new updates are available for the user", and upon inspection found more Top MyCe That this was, in fact, a Windows installer 10.

Users who choose to download the update recommended-but-not-essential find that a new folder inside called System32 added "GWX." It contains nine different files and an additional folder called "Downloads".

The file that matters is "GWXUXWorker.EXE," For in the file description that includes the text "Download Windows 10." In addition, the config.xml file in the folder is "OnlineAdURL" That line indicates you should go to "" where the update presumably be expecting a Once released.

It applies to all PCs running Windows 8.1 or Windows 7 Service Pack 1 and Someone wants to take over he has to manually check the box next to the update to receive it.

Microsoft confirmed in January and 8.1 That all PCs with Windows 7 receive a free upgrade to Windows 10 after release and that even includes pirated copies of the operating system. Users of Windows XP, meanwhile, have to install Windows 7 or 8.1 before you can use Windows 10.

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