Windows 10: Anniversary Upgrade and current customization
Anniversary Upgrade and current customization
Will personal customization be honored or retained within the Aug 2016 Anniversary upgrade? I haven't bothered uninstalling any little default (store) unused apps since I figured they'd likely be reinstalled with the Aug upgrade/update.
There is not a Microsoft Account on this desktop nor are there any tiles on the screen.
There is an MS Account on a laptop and I do log in there but I do not log into the desktop.
I cannot find any comments or articles stating that this type of 'customizing' will be retained.
Anything that has changed since the last release is likely to be "reset". This could be just about anything.
I haven't been able to find a definitive answer to this. Many are calling this an 'update', whereas a few are mentioning 'upgrade'.
My understanding is that as an 'Update', we have no choice but to install it when released. i.e its just a normal...
My current computer is already in a dual boot setup with a dedicated Win7 SSD and a dedicated Win8.1 SSD (not just a partitioned drive). Both drives are booting through BIOS not UEFI. What I would like to do is Upgrade the Win8.1 drive to...
I have held off going from Win 7 to Win 10 for a number of reasons, including several hardware upgrades over the last 6 months. (I actually have one more hardware upgrade I would like to do, going to a M.2 drive once a 500 GB drive comes out, which...
Is it possible to set the favorites on the favorites bar to just icons like you have the option in IE11?
I'm right clicking all over this program, but I don't see hardly anything that can be customized.
How do I upgrade from W7 to W10 current release and Keep W7 on the same disk?
I have mini-partition wizard
I have Macrum Reflect free image backup
I also have access to Gparted.
I am downloading the iso now.
I do know I have to restore...