How Windows 10 Home Edition will be the most user-restrictive OS ever made.

I was doing some research on the impending release of Microsoft’s Windows 10 operating system which is scheduled to be released next month.

Upon doing my research, I discovered that Windows 10 does away with Windows Media Player as well as the built-in Solitaire and Minesweeper games.

But one little piece of info made me raise my eyebrows.

According to this website:

Windows 10 Home users will have updates from Windows Update automatically available. Windows 10 Pro and Windows 10 Enterprise users will have the ability to defer updates.

In other words, users of Windows 10 Home Edition will not be allowed to turn updates off. It makes the installation of software/security updates MANDATORY.

So what does this mean?

What if Microsoft decides that all users of Windows 10 Home Edition has to use “Windows Hello” and has to use a biometric login in order to use the OS? All Microsoft has to do is release a mandatory update for Windows 10 Home Edition which would make participation in Windows Hello mandatory, and then you will be forced by Microsoft to login biometrically or be unable to use Windows 10 Home Edition.

Or what if Microsoft releases a mandatory patch for UEFI that requires everybody to face scan, thumb scan, or retina scan in order to access the BIOS/setup menu in order to disable Secure Boot? Or what if Microsoft releases a mandatory patch for UEFI which disables the ability to disable Secure Boot and thus the installation of alternative choices such as Ubuntu?

If you want globalist corporations to have absolute control over your computer hardware, then by all means go out and buy – or pirate – Windows 10.

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