Impossible you say? Well, how about Intel Corevpro technology being used to ram changes onto computers via the always on cell phone connection that ALL Corevpro proccessors have? How about anything Sandy Bridge? How about via wireless networks your AMD system does not even have the password to? DING DING DING AND I HAVE THIS TOTALLY AND IRREVOCABLY DOCUMENTED.
Microsoft is ramming what is probably Windows 10 onto ALL COMPUTERS and initiating the updates, even if you have WIFI turned off on a computer that never hits the web. After your operating system has been changed, the GUI remains looking normal if you have updates disabled but in the background, the whole thing is changed. How do I know? Microsoft did this to my never on the web small laptop, and installed a non-latin compatible character set. When this happened, the music directories that had latin songs with incompatible characters in them had the characters show up as stars of david with an exlamation mark in the center of them!
THIS IS NOT AN ERROR. THE ONLY WAY THIS COULD HAVE HAPPENED IS IF SOMEONE RAMMED CHANGES ONTO THAT COMPUTER, WHICH CANNOT EVEN ACCESS THE WEB AS IS. It has WIFI, yes, and several neighbors show up on WIFI, but ALL neighbors are password protected (as is default in Mexico) and I never once, EVER approved any of those networks to access this laptop, nor did they ever approve my laptop to access their networks. The computer was demoted to a music player that has had the exact same songs on it for an entire year (after I discovered I had passwords that were typed into it stolen instantly, which led to web site problems and hacks) and since then have made no changes to it whatsoever, have plugged no flash drives into it whatsoever and this same computer is NEVER on the web AT ALL.
I noticed on the Linux machine that people with Windows machines started sending that star of david character mixed in with the message window messages, (this started about a month ago when the Windows 10 controversy really got going) and I figured out that this new character is part of Windows 10, which Windows 10 susbstitutes out when it does not know a character, rather than output gobbledygook. But getting these characters in the mail window is easily explained – they came from somewhere else. This is NOT POSSIBLE however on a computer that has not seen the web AT ALL since Windows 10 was released, unless Microsoft back doored their way in via the neighbor’s WIFI which I have no permission to access. Additionally I have no WIFI set up at all in this house, it is 100 percent cell modem which should not be able to interface with WIFI at all.
Thanks to: https://jhaines6a.wordpress.com