Windows 10 Creators Update; even the file explorer has ads
- When Microsoft first launched Windows 10 in July 2015, it offered free upgrades to Windows 7 and 8/8.1 users for the first year. If you use assisitive technologies, you can still upgrade at no cost. Microsoft's bigger concern is getting as many people as possible to use Windows 10, and then generate money through services that tie into the OS, such as OneDrive. Rather than leave things to chance, Microsoft employs ads - in the Start menu, on the taskbar, in apps, and other places.
With Microsoft's Creators Update starting to roll out today (and previously if you upgraded manually), now is a good time to revisit ways you can disable ads in Windows 10. Let's go through them one by one.
While Microsoft is practicing a bit of restraint for the time being, we don't like where this could go. If you don't either, here's how you can disable ads from appearing in File Explorer.(Excerpt) Read more at: pcgamer.com ...
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