Windows 10

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  1. ShiftZZ

    ShiftZZ Funster Life Member

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    who will be upgrading?
     
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    I will 'cos it's free. I didn't bother with 8 or 8.1 though.
     
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    I will use Win 10 when I buy machine with it on. These days I don't "upgrade" operating systems with the exception of moving from 8 to 8.1 as it wasn't a massive change. I'm happy with 8.1 on my two machines at the moment.
     
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    Absolutely not, apple mac for me every time, windows now a thing of the past.
     
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    Having tried it for some weeks, I will definitely upgrade.(y)
     
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    I'll await upgrading to windows 10 until I build a new machine, and then only upgrade to 10 if they haven't made a complete pigs ear of it like they did with 8, hence the swift introduction of windows 10.

    I'm happy to stick with 7 ultimate for now.
     
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    Its only free for the first year after its official launch...no guidance yet on what it will cost after that though!!
     
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    Three laptops here - one running XP as it is a dedicated machine that is the "brains" for something else. I could upgrade but as it's not broken........

    One runs a 32 bit Windows7 system as the accounts package doesn't have an upgrade and then there is the 64 bit Windows 7 system.

    Will only upgrade when the machines stop working and I have to.
     
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    My thoughts exactly... if it's not broke...don't fix it
     
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    Given it's every second release of Windows that OK - 98SE (yes), Me (no), XP (yes), Vista (no), 7 (yes), 8 \ 8.1 (no), 10 should be a yes and as it's a free upgrade (assuming it's lifetime) from 7 I'll probably upgrade our machines on a phased basis. If it wasn't a free upgrade I'd be going down the same route as my XP machines that are now Linux Mint.
    Been dabbling with the pre-release of 10 and looks OK.
     
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    Not me, gave up with Microsoft in December and got an Apple MacBook Air haven't missed it at all apart from all the reboots and bu??ering about.(y)
    Windoze 8 really did for me.
     
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    What happend to windows 9 ?
     
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    Don't worry ... it's just Microsoft can't count!
     
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    Have both a Mac PowerBook and high end desktop PC and happy with both operating systems..

    Windows 7 is as stable XP ever was, and as good as Yosemite 10.10.2

    So no, won't be upgrading to W10 until W7 is unsupported..

    If it aint broke , why fix it.. ?

    is Microsoft's philosophy..

    If it aint broke, 'fix it' until it is broke ?
     
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    Is it available on my Amstrad 64?
     
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    Living in the past eh Martin?
     
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