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If you have Windows 8.1, you can mark your connection as “metered” to prevent Windows from automatically downloading data, including the Windows 10 update.Windows 7 users, however, don’t have this option, so people with data caps are left with automatic downloads again.In all cases, there isn’t a clear “Don’t upgrade” button–instead, you just had to close the window (until it pops up again later).You can uninstall the GWX update, but you’ll likely find Windows reinstalling it for you the next day, assuming you have automatic updates enabled.In its initial form, the Get Windows 10 application left a system tray icon with a pop-up that encouraged users to reserve a spot in line for the free upgrade.For those excited to upgrade, this was a nice opportunity, albeit a waste of system tray space.Microsoft said this was a “mistake” and reclassified the update…but only after it had already downloaded on many PCs. At the end of October, Microsoft announced that Windows 10 would become a recommended upgrade in February 2016, and sure enough, that’s exactly what happened.
This week, Microsoft made Windows 10 a “recommended update” that will automatically download for many Windows 7 and 8.1 users.
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It’s become a large desktop window that regularly pops up with the options “Start download now” and “Start download, upgrade later.” Some people have even seen “Upgrade now” and “Upgrade tonight” options.
Others only saw a “Start download now” button with no other option.