Windows 10: So did anyone get spring creators update?

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       3 Weeks Ago #11

    Hi,
    Well as long as you keep a good system image you shouldn't have too many issues
    I still believe 1803 can't get any worse no matter how stable some people thing it is
    1607 was pretty stable 1703 & 09 were far from what I call stable
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  2.    3 Weeks Ago #12

    Well to answer I'm using windows 10 home edition, though in hindsight I should have gotten pro or 7.
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       3 Weeks Ago #13

    Bree said: View Post
    Creators Update: Windows 10 Creators Update rollout: First phase updateFall Creators Update: Windows 10 Fall Creators Update phased rollout approachThe final phase - 'everyone else' - is usually months down the line.
    well if that's not an ignorant approach. rolling out to systems and devices they know aren't likely to have problems first instead of a mixture so they can get feedback good and bad and have a head start on addressing issues that will arise.
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       3 Weeks Ago #14

    xXWhackerXx said: View Post
    well if that's not an ignorant approach. rolling out to systems and devices they know aren't likely to have problems first ....
    Think of the lawsuits if they knowingly targeted 'problem' PCs in the first phase....
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  5.    3 Weeks Ago #15

    Rumor is that rollout begins on 4/10. Which makes sense since that will be a patch Tuesday.
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       3 Weeks Ago #16

    Has there ever been a version of Windows that has gone through as many upgrades (formerly called service packs) as has Win 10?
    Win 7 had one.
    Win XP had two, I think.
    But this upcoming rev of Win 10 will be the fourth, right?
    So I wonder why people are referring to it as "stable"? It's the most unstable Windows of all!
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       3 Weeks Ago #17

    Redbatman said: View Post
    I'm just nervous since each update Microsoft will break something or take a feature away. Personally I wish they would allow us the option to disable Cortana completely and not make here part of the search function anymore.
    The whole purpose of these rollouts is to remove features that are not used by the masses, enhance the GUI to be better with the newer OLED monitors and projectors, so that in 4K, the display will be a lot crisper. If anything breaks, it was not compatible with windows to begin with and was being held together with spit and bailing wire.
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       3 Weeks Ago #18

    Redbatman said: View Post
    Well to answer I'm using windows 10 home edition, though in hindsight I should have gotten pro or 7.
    Pro for 10 has seen it downgraded to where some Administrative features were removed during FCU. Windows 7 is way far behind the curve of how far 10 has come.
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       3 Weeks Ago #19

    xXWhackerXx said: View Post
    well if that's not an ignorant approach. rolling out to systems and devices they know aren't likely to have problems first instead of a mixture so they can get feedback good and bad and have a head start on addressing issues that will arise.
    This is a very intelligent approach. MS has already all or most data they need (this is what the insider programme is for). Staging the updates gives MS time to address issues that occur on some devices/hardware(and software) combinations.
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  •    3 Weeks Ago #20

    margrave55 said: View Post
    Has there ever been a version of Windows that has gone through as many upgrades (formerly called service packs) as has Win 10?
    Win 7 had one.
    Win XP had two, I think.
    But this upcoming rev of Win 10 will be the fourth, right?
    So I wonder why people are referring to it as "stable"? It's the most unstable Windows of all!
    XP had 3 official Service Packs and numerous unofficial ones. There are unofficial (of course) update packs even for Win98. For W7 you can still get semi-official packs incorporating all the official and unofficial updates in KB format.
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