Brainout, I checked the 'learn more' MS link about the update, and it did not to me, look one jot different from what it was previously. It was just to put that accursed update nag icon back into my taskbar, like before.
Thanks to others who have posted here. A couple of points;
To those who said Windows is a service, not a product, yes, that's clear for W10 however, However, I thought the narrative 'round here was that for prior versions, my W7 for instance, it WAS a product. In any case, I can assume MSFT has a convoluted way to get around that, in those earlier EULA's as well.
But it does irk me. If it IS a service, and if I have to be beholden to their whims, why then give the pretended ability and facility to hide updates, if in fact I can't do that ?
This smacks of duplicitous conduct IMO.
Yes, I read the material By a couple of posters about how to stop this - tenuous at best, but in any case I am NOT a computer techie, ad it seems to me that the procedures as stated are well beyond my ability.
So I gotta be a techie to contend with MSFT's duplicity. Otherwise, THEIR WILL BE DONE !
Gee, I hope some corporate ambulance chasers are keeping notes. Hopefully, someone will realise they can go them for billions !
Edited by jargos, 24 November 2015 - 07:49 AM.