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Windows 10 upgrade app breaks Microsoft's guidelines

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Windows 10 upgrade app breaks Microsoft's own guidelines

Microsoft's changes to its Get Windows 10 app could make it easier for users to unwittingly schedule an upgrade - and breaks its own rules on how developers should behave.

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