Thousands of People has affected with the Upgrade of Windows 10 says the lawyers representing three complaints against Microsoft
Three People sued Microsoft Windows 10 up gradation has destroyed their data and also damaged their computers
The company has failed to take the minimal and reasonable care in manufacturing, formulating, and in designing the Windows 10 up gradation and to be placing it into the stream of commerce. The complaint has been filed in Chicago’s District Court.
The appellants argue that the software is being defective and that the potential risks were not been made clear about installing by the manufacturing company.
“Results of its failure to exercise towards reasonable care, the company have scattered an OS that was likely to cause the loss of data and to the damage to hardware,” complaint reads.
Lawyers have represented three complainants charge for affecting the hundreds and thousands of people by problems with the upgrade.
They now will be seeking to have a case certified as class action suit, which would likely to include every US person who has carried out with the software upgrade from Windows 7 and suffered with data loss or damage within 30 days.
The complaint has also highlighted the issues with the upgrade process, claiming it “often that installs by itself without any action being performed by the consumer.”
Microsoft however been terminated as the claims “without merit.”
“The up gradation program of Windows 10 for free has been a choice that designed to help people to take advantage of the most secure and most productive Windows,” a Microsoft representative said in an email to the Register.
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“Customers had an option that not to upgrade to Windows 10. If a customer who have upgraded during the one year program is needed help forthe upgrade experience, we had plentiful of options that are including for free customer support and 31-days to get back to their old operating system. We believe that the plaintiffs’ claims have been without merit.”
June 2016, a California woman has won of $10,000 (£8,000) after her PC was disabled when she installed a Windows 10 update.