A few confusion here?
The slide states that itâ€™s up to the PC manufacturer to include a setting to turn off Secure Boot. Microsoft previously required PC manufacturers to allow users to disable Secure Boot, something that now appears to become optional.
So what if this is home built does that mean the motherboard manufacture will screw us over as well?
Microsoft also states on the slide that computers running an OEM license of Windows 10 will have to come with Secure Boot enabled by default.
This will make it harder for PC makers to sell complete system when people find out about this. They be like you can hit the road jack. I'll be keeping my old system.
Users who experiment with alternative operating systems will no longer be able to start their computer if Secure Boot canâ€™t be disabled. This likely affects only a small group of tech savvy users, but it does limit what they can do with a device they own.
Not everyone wants Window10, MS is going to shoot themselves in the foot again or get Foot-in-Mouth Disease again. This will make a run to buy used computer with Windows8.1 or Windows7-does MS think people are that stupid now????