Did you notice the day Windows became malware?

If malware is any piece of software that gets into your computer through stealth means – even if it’s a premier operating system – then Windows 10 fits the definition.  Microsoft has been very aggressively asserting its self-imposed deadline of July 29 for free upgrades from Windows 7 and 8.1.  And if it hasn’t been yet, you may find your computer hijacked and converted into a Windows 10 machine – whether you give permission or not.  By default, Windows 10 collects advertising and personal data.  It changes your computer’s configuration.  And if you try to stop the upgrade by clicking the X on its dialog box, it installs it anyway.  Aw, c’mon, tell us that’s not malware!