Windows 10: Windows 7 more reliable than 10 if you want to avoid hangs & crashes Solved

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  1.    07 Aug 2015 #21

    derek10 said: View Post
    Windows 10 RTM was released days ago. There were countless issues with Win 7 (which is a refined Vista) ajust after its launch. More ranting?
    *Double facepalm*

    MICROSOFT PROMPTED ME TO DOWNLOAD THIS JUNK AND IT KEEPS CRASHING.

    try to meditate on that simple fact.

    I don't give a damn about kernels and drivers.
    If it doesnt work, keep the crap away from me until it does.
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  2.    07 Aug 2015 #22

    poset said: View Post
    I am dual-booting between W7 and W10, both Pro-64. The longer I am using Windows 10 the more I am convinced that the "Best Windows Ever" slogan is just an empty babble. It is widely unstable. It fails to upgrade itself. It has been surprisingly stripped of many useful features. It makes users give up control over their systems and transfer it to MS.

    I remember when Windows 7 was launched. It might not have been perfect then, but it just worked. I have a four years old system, which I have never reinstalled nor refreshed and it still just works. It is rock solid and reliable. I would really like to tell the same about Windows 10, but it is not good enough yet. It requires plenty of attention to make it work the way I want it and it takes time. Time that is otherwise needed to earn money.

    Windows 7 is a workhorse. Windows 10 is a free toy. That's how I feel about it.
    Just my 2c but Win10 just works for myself and others... and it's a solid OS.. not a toy.
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  3.    07 Aug 2015 #23

    theVenerable said: View Post

    MICROSOFT PROMPTED ME TO DOWNLOAD THIS JUNK AND IT KEEPS CRASHING.

    try to meditate on that simple fact.

    I don't give a damn about kernels and drivers.
    If it doesnt work, keep the crap away from me until it does.

    Just a thought but this bickering is silly. Drop the issue and go back to WIn7.. I agree it's a nice OS and if that's what you want to use that's fine by me. And good luck and I hope you encounter no issues when doing the roll back.
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       07 Aug 2015 #24

    It all depends on what hardware you are upgrading from. I have found Windows 10 to be way more stable than 7 and is great for gaming as well.
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  5.    07 Aug 2015 #25

    theVenerable said: View Post
    Face palm yourself you fanboy.

    MICROSOFT PROMPTED ME TO DOWNLOAD THIS JUNK AND IT KEEPS CRASHING.

    try to meditate on that simple fact.

    I don't give a damn about kernels and drivers.
    If it doesnt work, keep the crap away from me until it does.
    fanboy... what a argument LOLOLOLOLOL
    When you lack arguments, is that the only thing you can said, very sad LOL

    You shold learn to make a help thread instead of that useless ranting and bitching

    If you stated "Help please, after upgrading to W10 now it crashes and in 125% it's blurry, what can I do? Thanks"I would take you seriously but you only wanted to rant, bitch, and name calling, Good luck with you crippled computer

    This funny thread is finished to me
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  6.    07 Aug 2015 #26

    I must be one of the lucky ones I had a small glitch with gfx drivers for 20 mins. Yes it took me 2 days to get it the way I want it to look and getting rid of all those bloat-ware Microsoft apps I have no use for. It is now running very much like Windows 7 and just as fast, every single app I have installed works just the way it should. I will certainly be keeping it until I have any problems with it and if all goes well over the next month or so I may just do a clean install. If I decide I don't like it I'll Image back to trusty windows 7.
    Regards
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  7.    07 Aug 2015 #27

    Bazz said: View Post
    I must be one of the lucky ones I had a small glitch with gfx drivers for 20 mins. Yes it took me 2 days to get it the way I want it to look and getting rid of all those bloat-ware Microsoft apps I have no use for. It is now running very much like Windows 7 and just as fast, every single app I have installed works just the way it should. I will certainly be keeping it until I have any problems with it and if all goes well over the next month or so I may just do a clean install. If I decide I don't like it I'll Image back to trusty window 7.
    Regards
    Good to hear @Bazz there's nothing like using something that just does what you need it to do.

    Jeff
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  8.    07 Aug 2015 #28

    derek10 said: View Post
    fanboy... what a argument LOLOLOLOLOL
    When you lack arguments, is that the only thing you can said, very sad LOL

    You shold learn to make a help thread instead of that useless ranting and bitching
    Wrting 'LOLOL'
    and pretending to wear a big smile won't help you 'win this arguement'

    The fact is, you fool, there is no arguement, just a simple fact that you keep trying to avoid with your fanboy nonsense.

    What a drip
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  9.    07 Aug 2015 #29

    BunnyJ said: View Post
    Just a thought but this bickering is silly. Drop the issue and go back to WIn7.. I agree it's a nice OS and if that's what you want to use that's fine by me. And good luck and I hope you encounter no issues when doing the roll back.
    Theres the voice of reason.

    But I still say Microsoft shoud have kept it away from the public until it was running better.
    I had similar problems with windows 8, 8.1, and now 10.
    They just don't work well enough.
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  10.    07 Aug 2015 #30

    theVenerable said: View Post
    Theres the voice of reason.

    But I still say Microsoft shoud have kept it away from the public until it was running better.
    I had similar problems with windows 8, 8.1, and now 10.
    They just don't work well enough.
    Honestly no OS comes out bug free.. and I understand how you feel with the issues you're having. But, keeping up this bickering(the two of you) will just earn someone a ban.

    If that's what you guys want keep it up.
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