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  1.    19 Jul 2015 #11
    Join Date : Jan 2015
    Posts : 188
    8 point zero and 10

    Quote Originally Posted by BunnyJ View Post
    Get ready to do this again on or after the 29th. When you get the upgrade you might have to do this all over again.
    I like 10. And will do whatever is necessary to get it working.
    However, as of now, events like 5 minutes to boot,
    5 minutes to shut down, @ desktop - no start menu for 3 minutes, no right click for minutes,
    no tile customization, no desktop animations in tablet mode,
    no single key search unless prompt is into the search bar,
    desktop windows photo viewer removed,
    apps that need powershell removal,
    scrolling, scrolling, scrolling,
    edge vs IE battle - who wins ? Edge not remembering positions,
    explorer folders not remembering positions, (solved only in tablet mode),
    no shuffling without registry editing,

    ok. I don't mind doing it again.

    No complaints about this.

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  2.    24 Aug 2015 #12
    Join Date : Aug 2015
    Posts : 20
    Windows 10 x64 build 10240

    Learning Windows 10 (i.e., how to hate it.)

    I knew something was wrong when I couldn't find the Help command
    I knew something was worse, when I couldn't find the Run Command
    I knew something was terrible when "receive" (mail) was replaced with "Sync." (I mean, REally?)
    I knew I was starting to get angry when the mail app refused to "sync" and even more when I couldn't find what "sync" really was. (I'm only assuming it means "receive.")
    I started to get enraged when, after several hours of searching, I still can't figure out how to uninstall the Mail command, to fix the Sync error.
    I'm sick to death of forking out money, "improvement" after "improvement" so Microsoft's whiz kids can show everybody how "talented" they are.
    Way back, when Windows 95 first appeared, the very first time I clicked "Save" and nothing seemed to have happened, I searched for help and was told "...not to worry" and to just assume that my file was saved because "it just has been". Well, after twenty years of such narcissistic arrogance, I'm getting a little tired.

    I suggest someone at Microsoft look up the definition of "intuitive."
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