First post, by chinny22
Why has MS classified this an important update?
It doesn't remove any of the security holes of IE and now is yet another bit of software I have to keep up to date!
All on a OS they have supposedly abandoned.
Don't get me wrong, I was happily surprised they even released the new version with Win7 support , may even try it out after it's had more time to mature.
If they included it in the optional section of updates I'd also be happy.
but this is sending mixed messages releasing new software for a EOL OS and in some ways encouraging me not to move to Win10.
Anyone who is still using Windows 7 managed to avoid that time MS forced their Win10 upgrade and either weighed up the pros and cons and therefore smart enough to manually install it or stuck in their ways so wont appreciate the change either.
Guess it's my own fault should have turned off auto updates once it do go EOL