There are constant black screens that block out the view of what a user's machine is doing during an Upgrade or even at boot. I have posted this before and got silly answers like just look at your Hard Drive LED. Well to me and some others this is not a joke. I own my machine and I would like to know what MS is putting on it. Sure they provided a free OS but that does not mean that they now own your machine. Now I joined this forum to learn about Windows 10 and to help others while doing so. I have tested almost every build that has been release. I have as of about 15 minutes ago went back to the RTM. I am tired of being a guinea pig for MS.
I have been told that this was happening in Windows 8.1 so it has been going on for over a year. I have sent numerous reports to MS about this with no response.
This is a serious matter so if you are going to post some silliness please post in the joke thread as this is not a joke. I just happen to believe that a user should not be left in the dark about what is being put on your machine.
This was not done in Win 3.1 , Windows NT, Windows 95, 2000 and even in Windows ME so why should it be done with what is touted as the best thing to ever come out of Redmond. There are enough privacy issues as it is, we do not need any more. If you do not believe that you have lost most of your privacy then you had better get your head out of the sand.
So for me, I am calling it a night. I hope I have some answers when I wake up in the AM. Thanks for your time. EOR