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Mozilla CEO blasts Microsoft for making it harder to keep previous settings when upgrading to Windows 10.

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Mozilla chief executive Chris Beard is not happy with Windows 10.
In an open letter published addressed to Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, he chided the Redmond, Washington-based company over the its apparent decision to take away “choice and control” from the user. Beard admits that his team tried to work it out with Microsoft, but it “didn’t result in any meaningful progress.”
To pressure Microsoft to “undo” its actions, Mozilla is encouraging users to tell the Windows 10 manufacturer to “hit Ctrl+Z” and bring back user choice.
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