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Windows 10 Free Upgrade - Yay Or OH NO!

It's not going anywhere near my desktop machine any time soon. Not only does the Windows 10 Xbox app let you keep track of your friends and achievements, you can also stream games from the console to the PC and play multiplayer Yeah, that's right. The OS now runs on 1.79 per cent of desktops, up 0.22 per cent on last year. http://dizhub.com/windows-10/windows-10-free-upgrade-compatability.html

I've always had mine on manual update and just went to check if there was anything available. Or is it Outlook now? I installed it yesterday and uninstalled it as soon as I could. And nothing you're saying makes any sense. over here

I have two screens and I need a third party software to get a bar on both, and some more things (like a different wallpaper on each) … and windows 8/10 Blocking items in hosts still does little. But I agree with everything else. Starting today, the company is upping the ante once again.

first hing upgrade does is check or compatibility issues. Find more information here. « Megalizards And Mod Manager For Euro Truck Simulator 2 Fallout 4's Mod Tools Won't Be Ready Till Next Year » feature, Hardware, review, Windows 10, wot It's a subjective reason not needing any extra support. To the point where there were groups of people around the country stationed in hotel rooms, ready to be flown somewhere if necessary to help fix some problem that popped up.

Windows 10 also comes with slicker and more powerful productivity and media apps, including new Photos, Videos, Music, Maps, People, Mail, and Calendar. If you want to have a Start screen as Windows 8, that option's still there (and is the default in the Tablet mode I'll mention shortly), but again, for me, it Sure I am not all knowing and maybe I am wrong but certainly not in the points you raised. 10/07/2015 at 01:25 Frank says: Yeah, I agree. https://yacf.co.uk/forum/index.php?topic=91049.100 Do you access your Gmail via a web browser or some sort of software?

A lot, your internet is being used more then it was before.. Avoided Vista. I also have an nvidia graphics card and it would be a bummer if it didn't work right. New, 0 comments Chorus Terms of Use Privacy Policy Communications Preferences Contact Tip Us Community Guidelines About Ethics Statement All Systems Operational Check out our status page for more details.

However, apart from fixing a problem with the brightness on my machine and setting things out differently, I can't see a lot of difference...perhaps it inside where all the code is http://www.mumsnet.com/Talk/geeky_stuff/2429326-windows-10-free-upgrade-from-windows-7-yay-or-nay Conservative411 whatever. But since you make a habit of showing this maybe you could work on your lines. If you want to play the classic built in games, be prepared to watch 30 second ad videos or otherwise pay for it: Their browser also bombards you with news, which

You *might* be lucky Logged Dibdib Fat'n'slow Re: Windows 10 upgrade - yay or nay? « Reply #115 on: August 04, 2015, 08:53:57 pm » Hopefully someone who's tried it will check over here lagkills, Oct 6, 2015 #4 Gyurika Godofwar and Gesiah of Bertox like this. Logged External Transparent Wall Inspection Operative & Mayor of Mortagne-au-PercheSatisfying the Bloodlust of the Masses in Peacetime rafletcher Re: Windows 10 upgrade - yay or nay? « Reply #110 on: August It wasn't that things had been changed, but that the changes were inefficient.

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Now it will tell me what updates are available, and I will decide whether to download them or not. Tell the marketing guys to spin it into something positive. 2. I remember reading that as part of the technical preview, you allow MS to collect any and all data about your usage, including one heck of a lot personal information.

than say no Thomas M Hand I have win10 and love it.

What Windows 8 should have been. ZK846 I started this thread. Re: Windows 10 upgrade - yay or nay? « Reply #118 on: August 05, 2015, 08:31:31 pm » Quote from: Mr Larrington on August 05, 2015, 07:29:59 pmPrepare for a kicking, I'm not worried about bugs sneaking in, I'm worried about Microsoft deciding that a certain UI feature I really like is dumb and they're going to remove it and there's nothing

Deceptive installation tactics not withstanding, it downloaded itself and left me with an install dialogue box day after day hour after hour. Surely, at least, we can treat every icon as a tile and resize the main icon in a family to be larger, shrinking the other icons from the same program? Carolyn Comings Since you work for Microsoft, perhaps you can answer my question. weblink Gesiah of Bertox New Member Sirene_Fippy said: ↑ “Windows 10 is free because it comes with its own built in ad and spyware.

The same can be said for Windows Phone 10 -- it gives a low-end device such as the Lumia 520 a huge performance boost. Sure enough a list of Win 8.1 & Silverlight updates came up under the IMPORTANT tab. tech_e_guy it is a substandard product riddled with flaws, it is not user friendly and has little to no real security. Denise Chatham Same here.

lagkills, Oct 6, 2015 #8 Stickietoes Augur Ragbert said: ↑ “Be aware that pretty much all activity and information on your computer is automatically snooped on Windows 10.” You can remove Join By signing up, to you agree to our Terms of Use and our Talk Guidelines. The sidebar size is medium. Perhaps, just maybe, word will get around to someone who can fix it.

Stickietoes Augur My only complaint about windows 10 is that I've crashed more times in 2 weeks than I have in 2 years Stickietoes, Oct 6, 2015 #10 moogs Augur General Aye During upgrade to Windows 7 files migrated to new system. If it's a laptop you're upgrading, I suggest you leave it plugged in and not on battery.