This morning I powered up the computer and checked for updates. There were two optional updates. One update was for MSE and the other, as stated, KB2952664. This is a compatibility upgrade update for those who are participating in the Customer Experience
Improvement Program and performs diagnostics to see if current OS is able to upgrade to Win 10.
Well, this update showed up before as recommended not optional. I have no intention of upgrading. If I had, I would have taken the "free upgrade" when it was available. Why would I want to ruin a perfectly good system (that suits my needs and is tweaked to my preferences) to upgrade to a system that appears to be constantly experiencing problems.
I do not participate in the CEIP and I did not upgrade, so why is MS still pushing these types of updates??
Windows 7 will be my last OS from MS.