Published: Fri, March 09, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Grace Becker

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Reports are coming in that Windows 10 systems running an earlier feature version of the operating system are upgraded to Windows 10 version 1709 forcefully in some circumstances.

The update has bumped the application to new version 17.9029.22175.0.

This update will be downloaded and installed if you go to the Windows Settings Update & Security Windows Update page, and click Check online for updates from Microsoft Update.

Authorities in France, for example, took formal action against Microsoft in 2016 for "excessive collection of personal data", although they closed that case in June after the company introduced a new privacy dashboard and other changes.

Microsoft announced Windows 10 S in 2017 as a lightweight version of its Windows 10 operating system, created to compete with Google's Chrome OS.

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"By offering multiple experiences to our Insiders, we're able to hear multiple points of view, along with preferences on the best set up experience that showcases privacy set up choices", Marisa Rogers, privacy officer for Microsoft's Windows & Devices Group, wrote yesterday in a blog post.

The report stated that the update is now called the "Windows 10 Spring Creators Update". Now the S mode option will be available in Windows 10 Home and Enterprise editions, too.

Microsoft's Windows 10 S FAQ has explained that switching from Windows 10 S to Windows 10 Pro is a one-way switch. If a customer does want to switch out of S mode, they will be able to do so at no charge, regardless of edition. Further, Joe Belfiore stated that there was confusion about this version of the OS from Microsoft's partners and consumers.

This new approach is vastly different from Microsoft's original strategy.

The former would invalidate Microsoft supporting any version of Windows 10 for 18 months while the latter would pose the question why Microsoft enforces upgrades to the new version of Windows 10.

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