As someone in comments on the article points out, this only happens after the user "orders" Windows 10. As in, they have claimed their free upgrade. Don't claim the free upgrade, and nothing will happen.
Pretty disappointed in MS. I've been dual booting Windows and OS X for a couple years and I've always preferred MS' file management to Apple's. Apple's feels very dumbed down and limited to me. I'd love to erase my Windows partition, but MS' file management is just too good.
I've always preferred MS' file management to Apple's.
Apple's case-insensitive filesystem is an abomination, but Windows' case-sensitive filesystem with case-insensitive interfaces takes the cake. It is entirely possible to create two files called "file" and "File" on an NTFS partition, and entirely impossible for users of almost any Windows application to read one of them.