Nice calculator. There is an old saying going something like you can lead a donkey to water but you can't make it drink. I know people that have an expensive new computer on their desk with a 20 year of calculator next to it that they prefer to use. A few more months and they will be retired.
I use an HP 15C Calculator that I used in College.I bought it in 1981 and it still works great. Uses RPN. Bets thing HP ever made!
Windows 8.1 here on all 4 of my home computers. They'll all be Windows 10 early next month.
All I know is I appreciate the same experience and APP on my phone, tablet and pc. This is why i'm here and testing the os on all three form factors. If you're not going to help with this experience, then what ARE you doing?
Those that don't or can't grasp this concept.. I feel for you. I really do. Do as you wish to break the innovation MS has worked years towards and stifle it more with your thoughts and reservations. This is the reason it is in this state and not further along.
Happy to report that all went well with all of my installed programs in tact. Have not run into any issues but if they do occur I'll report back.
So, you can look down your nose at me for not testing on Windows phone or Surface if you want to, but I live within my means. Sorry I can't live up to your requirements . . . nope, I'm not sorry at all . . .
Because, you know what!? I'm in some very good company with a lot of nice people here who aren't any more affluent than I am, but who test with what they have. I haven't seen a one of them say, "Oh, woe is me, I can't afford to buy a Windows phone or a Surface, so I must not be a very good tester." Nor have I seen anyone else say (paraphrased), " If you don't test using a Windows phone and Surface, you're stifling Microsoft's innovation; thus, you are not a very good tester."
Sorry, folks, but this one hit a very sensitive nerve for me.