Microsoft’s overly aggressive efforts to get people to migrate to Windows 10 are well-documented. The company pushed people way too far by engaging in tactics like not allowing people to click a “No” option for the upgrade and changing the “X” from closing the prompt to giving permission to perform the upgrade.

There had been at least one prior victory over by a small business owner named Teri Goldstein who found Windows 10 forced onto her laptop used to run her travel agency and then rendered it unusable. She won $10,000 from Redmond.

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