Ever since Microsoft launched the first Windows 10 version into the wild, the company chased market share at the expense of user experience. Many PC owners found their systems upgraded to Windows 10 out of the blue, as Microsoft would force Windows 10 downloads and installs on users. This was easily the worst thing about the Windows 10 upgrade, at least until users discovered all the strange privacy-infringing features of the first Windows 10 versions. Things have improved since the early days of Windows 10, but it took a few years for Microsoft to finally realize that Windows users prefer to upgrade their computers at their own pace. Moving forward, future Windows 10 upgrades will let you choose when and if to install the new OS version.