Meet serious Microsoft malware

A few days ago we mentioned that Microsoft testing new pop-ups on the bottom right side of the desktop above all apps and games.
The pop-up window appears even during περιόδων παιχνιδιού. Ορισμένοι χρήστες ανέφεραν ότι είδαν το αναδυόμενο παράθυρο όταν έπαιζαν ένα παιχνίδι σε πλήρη .

Δεν γνωρίζω αν μπορείτε να διανοηθείτε το μέγεθος αυτής της είδησης, αλλά είμαι σίγουρος, ότι κανείς δεν συναίνεσε στην Microsoft να κάνει κατάχρηση της ικανότητάς της, να αναλύει τη χρήση του υπολογιστή για να δείχνει αναδυόμενα παράθυρα του μόνο και μόνο επειδή χρησιμοποιείτε τον Chrome με το Google Search.

Of course I'm sure Microsoft is legally covered by the dozens of license agreements that no one reads but agrees to.

The notification that appeared to too many users wasn't even a normal notification. It didn't appear in the notification center in Windows 11, nor as connected to the section of Windows 11 that suggests new features. It was literally a malicious executable that magically appeared in the c:\windows\temp\mubstemp path. This file is digitally signed by Microsoft.

Screenshot by Tom Warren / The Verge

"We are aware of these reports and have paused this notification while we investigate and take appropriate action to address this unintended behavior," said Caitlin Roulston, director of communications at Microsoft. on The Verge.

You probably haven't seen the latest pop-up, and that's because Microsoft is experimenting with a small number of Windows users. If there is an outcry the company will try to find another way to serve you its propaganda.

You may consider this to be Microsoft's operating system and you should accept it as is. After all, Google has similar notifications on its websites to get people to use Chrome, or it constantly serves up the spam message for premium YouTube.

But Microsoft's behavior is more than a mere exhortation. You honestly don't need to close windows while playing a game, or on the apps you're working on.

Windows is not free software, it requires a license which almost every consumer pays for. This could be in the form of the price of a Windows OEM licensed laptop or a product key if you built your own PC.

Microsoft should respect the fact that there are many people who pay for Windows and don't want to see ads.

Windows is an important productivity tool for many people and should not be treated like an ad-laden streaming window. The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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