Since when is installing a so-called "upgrade" on someone else's machine without the owner's informed consent a "choice"? Also, I'm sure there are plenty of people who would disagree with the notion that Windows 10 is the "most secure". I certainly wouldn't consider it the "most productive" version.
No they didn't! Many people complained about Windows 10 being installed without their consent! This is why I never pay attention to spokes people. I don't work for Microsoft, and yet I seem to know much more than this person.
Having plenty of time to downgrade sounds nice, but what if it takes 32+ days to fix some bug in the downgrading program? That would effectively leave users feeling completely screwed (and pissed)! I hope this lawsuit goes well, because Microsoft deserves it!