Get Windows 10? Microsoft's push comes to shove

We all learned in kindergarten that bullying and breaking promises is wrong -- so cut it out, Microsoft

Microsoft is doing all it can to snatch defeat on the operating system front from the jaws of victory. Now that it finally has a version of Windows that people actually like, the company is acting like a bully, practically forcing reluctant users to upgrade to Windows 10.

Office 365, which is central to the company's shift to a cloud-based business, works closely with Windows 10, but Microsoft this week suddenly announced it will effectively raise prices and eliminate free storage for users of OneDrive, the storage component of Office 365.

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