Easily manage Windows 10 and 11
out-of-control updating and upgrading.
First it was “Never10”
It began before Windows 10.
Microsoft decided that it knew what was best for each of its users.
So every Windows user was forced to move to Windows 10, whether or not it was best for them.
But no one thing is best for everyone.
So back then Never10 was created to return power and control to where it should be: in the hands of individual Windows users.
Now it's “InControl”
For many years, Microsoft led the world to believe that Windows 10 would be the final version of Windows.
That sounded good to people who just wanted to use Windows to get their work done.
Then Microsoft decided that they would create “feature release” updates to give Windows an evolving set of features.
Many people just wanted Microsoft to leave Windows alone and fix its bugs.
But once again, Microsoft believed that it knew best.
So these twice-a-year feature updates became mandatory (even when they caused some users serious problems).