Wash rinse repeat of the use of downgrade rights, this time by Lenovo. The link I posted in (search on Lenovo) is no longer going to show the same results, as all the Windows 10 machines using downgrade rights to sell Windows 7, no longer show. That much you’ll see in the link if you use it, and also in this video.
Again, the 75 million ‘running’ Windows 10 is sufficiently vague that you don’t think about the OEM commitment MSFT is allowed to count legally as Win10, even though the OEMs don’t sell Win10, but instead Win7.
Else, not sure you’d want to watch this video, but it is due diligence disclosure of the marketing practice. I get accused a lot, and since the big issue is to show SOURCE not speaker (different S) to prove the SOURCE is saying this, not ‘brainout’, I have to make boring videos like this.
I also made one for HP, but it crashed somehow. So now you’ve seen both the Dell and Lenovo, do the same search for HP. You’ll find HP doesn’t sell Win10 at all, except for Home use. Further, it’s also pitching ‘up to Windows 8.1 Pro’ on its machines; when you pick a Win7 option you’ll see the ‘downgrade rights’ text like Dell’s and Lenovo’s, from 8.1.
HP also lists as selling Windows 7 with no mention of downgrade rights, so I’m not sure how they can do that. You’d have to go online and ask. It also sells Linux outright, not sure what flavors.
File Name: DowngradeRightsLenovo.avi, 9/4/15.
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