Yeah, I realize this, bro... If you look back in my last post I said,
Originally Posted by bro67
"Many people have commented that we really shouldn't expect much stability from any Windows upgrade and that a clean install is a far more secure way to go "But this wasn't really my point. For MANY people (myself included) the issue of whether Windows 10 requires a clean install is a big part of the decision of whether to update or not. In their enthusiasm to push as many people into upgrading as they can I feel Microsoft have been somewhat dishonest about the facility, stability and potential problems of the upgrade process. And as a result a LOT of users (maybe not in percentage terms) have had to deal with a lot of problems and stress that could have been avoided if Microsoft had provided more complete and honest information.