First of all I think we should all thank Microsoft for Vista. It got us to Windows 7.
Will we find pieces of previous Windows systems in W-10; hell yes we will. Why would anybody think different.
Keeping the good parts and loosing the bad parts is a great idea.
Microsofts idea of bring out the consumer testing of W-10 so early in it's development stage means to me Bosses at Microsoft finally got their heads out of that dark smelly hole. I believe they have finely decided to listen to it's already billions or so customers.
I'm as sure as a outsider can be that Microsofts App Store is trying a little Apple trick.
Surly that can be understood in todays market place. Adding things through Apps of ones choice gets the E.U. off their backs.
If they include many of these Apps in W-10 then Microsoft will be back in the E.U. Courts for more years than we can count.
Remember the BS Microsoft went through in the E.U. Courts with I.E. and Windows Media Player being included with their operating system. A App Store should help with those E.U. Court problem.
I have that feeling that W-10 is going to be a great choice for a operating system when it's completed.
The direction Microsoft is going with it's new management gives me that felling.
I remember when I was on XP-Pro thinking about using W-7. I kept putting it off thinking their was no way they could improve on XP. All the stories I read about Vista I never tried it. One day I decided to build a new computer and just for S and G installed W=7 and have been happy every sense that I finally got off of XP and went to W-7.
Now I'm thinking I will just keep using W-7 along with W-10. What ever the price of W-10 is I keep thing it will be cheaper than the fans I have in my computers.
When one thinks of the money they have in hardware and other programs the price of a operating system is a small part money wise in their system that will not work without a operating system.
Windows 10 gives me and my hardware a good feeling.
P.S. How do you all like my new signature by Stephanie?