Ars Technica has reported that Windows 10 upgrades, which are free to Windows 7 and 8 users, will soon be posted as a Recommended Update.
The report pointed out that many Windows systems are set to automatically download recommended updates – which means Windows 10 will be fetched and it installer readied without the need for a user’s approval.
Final installation will still require “human intervention”, but the upgrade will be ready.
The change in update status is due to take effect from early 2016.