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  1.    21 Nov 2014 #11

    Hi there

    Seems FINALLY Ms have learned their lesson from the disastrous experiment of Windows 8. W8.1 was better but IMO also not really suitable for a lot of Enterprises or other areas which relied on the classic desktop.

    W10 is definitely "Enterprise" useable - and the new consumer bits which grab the best of W8/W8.1 will make a welcome re-appearance in the next set of builds.

    I Love the idea of "Live tiles" on the desktop -- That was one feature from the old VISTA that I was sad to see go in W7 (Gadgets). People use multiple monitors quite regularly as a matter of course these days (even Home computer users often have THREE !! or more) so not forcing everything into Full screen mode is also the correct way forward too.

    Seems Windows 10 will re-establish Windows again as the world's best selling and most used OS once more.

    Looking forward to the future builds and the REAL final release(es).

      My System SpecsSystem Spec

  2.    21 Nov 2014 #12
    Join Date : Oct 2013
    Nothern Ohio
    Posts : 448
    Windows 7/64 Professional

    I understand the delay.
    The consumer version has to meet the needs of a variety of people; most that are not high tech type of people.
    That is why ESD is important. Most of these people don't even know what a ISO is nor do they want to know.

    Enterprise is pointed to a select type of people. In the most part trained I.T. Departments and those that have skills and needs for Enterprise.

    To me that means it will take more time to developed the general consumer version.
    Trying to make a half million I.T. Departments happy is a completely different ball game from making a half of billion mixed and matched consumers happy.

    Simple to me.
    I have lived all my life without W-10. It won't hurt to wait a little longer. Some how I will get by.

    Thanks Shawn for keep on top of such information.
      My System SpecsSystem Spec

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