Discussion in 'General Board' started by Edwin, Jul 29, 2015.
Are you going for a Windows 10 upgrade?
Yes I'll probably test it on the windows tablet as soon as it becomes available.
But hold off a few months on the main desktop until all the kinks are ironed out
Just tried the upgrade, it cut out half way through and restored me back to the previous versions of Windows
As long as I have a browser window, I care not for which operating system.
I'm still on windows 7, I don't like change.
Ditto. I must have implemented a couple of hundred or more tweaks to services, startup items, system and registry settings etc. over the years and my 5 year old Win 7 PC runs like the wind...
i'm probably due a new pc, so i think i'll just follow the path of buying one with 10 on it rather than messing with the magic of an upgrade.
No dont be silly !
Yeah ill be doing it as soon as it shows up.................on the missus laptop, if it then messes up i wont bother with my machines lol.
The little angel of a child woke me up at 5am this morning so instead of cracking on with work i backed up all machines onto external drives incase the update installed automatically. At least now if it does mess up ill do a restore and keep 8 for a bit longer.
We've had the pre-register icon flashing away for the last week or so. But anyone on Win 8 has a year from the 31st July to get the free upgrade.
I'll wait a few months before doing so. Always waited for SP1 to be issued on previous editions before even considering upgrades. Although 10 does sound more like a 7 upgrade, than a desktop version of 8 (which was designed for touch devices).
Hopefully it will cure the 8.1 app issue, in that the main admin hasn't been able to open, install or update any apps for the last 6 months! Microsoft have no idea what the issue is, other than 're install and start again'.
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