SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Have you gotten around to upgrading your computer to Windows 10? If the answer is no, it might soon be yes, whether you want it to be or not. Microsoft is stepping up its efforts to deploy the new version of the operating system to your computer. And that means some computers that are set to automatically install important updates — could find the operating system included as one of those "updates." The reason: Microsoft will re-categorize the Windows 10 upgrade from "optional" to "recommended" — which means computers that do automatic updates will get the Win 10 upgrade automatically. However, users can opt out of the upgrade — and if installed, can revert to their old software if they change their mind within 31 days.

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