People sometimes take their time about upgrading operating systems. It makes sense, it isn’t going anywhere. Unless you’re simply an XP holdout, most are probably sitting at Windows 8 and with half those simply preferring the OS over Windows 10 and the other half not feeling the OS upgrade at all.
While Microsoft made Windows 10 very accessible and fairly easy to install and to go back if they’re not impressed, the company is making it even easier for people to ease into the OS. A new tool—available to Windows Insiders at the moment—will allow users to get rid of bloatware manufacturers tend to put in new PCs and install Windows 10 fresh.
At the moment Microsoft has a lot on its plate, but on the OS front the company is also aggressively going after bugs in time for the big Anniversary Update which will see the new tool released as well. Users can expect the tool and the Anniversary Update next month.