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    Windows 10 Home 64bit 21H1 and insider builds
       #1751

    Jdavidj said:
    Hi. Is this where I start? I'm Jdavidj and new to the Forum.
    Hi Jdavdj and welcome to Ten Forums. Yes this is where you start. If you have a problem you wish us to look at just start a new thread in the appropriate forum. If you are just after information we have an extensive tutorials section for you to use.
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    Windows 10 Pro x64 1909
       #1752

    Hi. New here, but have come to the various [windows name] forums dating back to the XP days (xpforums.com) as a unregistered guest. I'm a mostly self-taught intermediate level computer user. My dad used to always say when I was a lot younger and had my first PC (AMD 80386-DX 40Mhz) that I knew just enough to be dangerous. this was because I was constantly needing him to reinstall MS-DOS and Windows 3.1, due to my experimentation and exploration. he eventually gave me a set of my own install diskettes, and the rest is history. I have given up most of the exploring and experimentation with how the OS works, having learned all that I needed too know. I am able to solve the majority of my PC problems on my own, and I manage my Mom's PC for her. If I have a problem that I post about, it is usually because it has me stumped. But that doesn't mean I won't stop working on it on my own, while waiting for a response too my post.

    I prefer repair installs (in-place upgrades) over clean installs. I view a clean install as a absolute last resort. I would rather fix the issue than run a repair install or do a clean install. and if it's a choice between a clean install, and a factory install, I will choose a factory install. I don't think system utilities included by the OEM are bloatware. what I consider bloatware are third party software, such as Norton security, or other brands of security/AV software. also third party cd/dvd/bluray/media players included with a system. I am careful about the systems I buy, choosing them for minimal bloatware.

    the most programming I can do is write some Commodore 64/128 BASIC and batch files written for MS-DOS and Win9x (including multi-choice boot-up menu's done via Autoexec.bat). I can also do some basic HTML coding. for all of that, I am self taught. I also have experience with MS-Office XP Pro (version 2002), Office 2007 Ultimate, Office 2010 Pro, and Office 2019 (365 personal)
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  3. Posts : 46,458
    Windows 10 Home 64bit 21H1 and insider builds
       #1753

    Welcome to Ten Forums Cybot. Sounds like you will fit in here just great.
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  4. Posts : 29,075
    Windows 10 21H1 Build 19043.1023
       #1754

    Rajann said:
    Hi

    Rajann here from South Africa

    I am retired ex teacher

    I have this passion for working with excel since my interest is astronumerology and sports and how I can realte the two together

    <Snip>

    Rajann
    Welcome to TenForums, Rajann.

    Naj Snarf said:
    My first computer was a Windows 95 on my 65th birthday, now 21 years ago. Sometimes i try to help friends with simple matters, an i've learned a lot from our local forums, but also this one. Education is a never ending procedure.
    Welcome to TenForums, Naj.

    Jdavidj said:
    Hi. Is this where I start? I'm Jdavidj and new to the Forum.
    Welcome to TenForums, JDavid. This is as good a place as any to start.

    Cybot said:
    Hi. New here, but have come to the various [windows name] forums dating back to the XP days (xpforums.com) as a unregistered guest. I'm a mostly self-taught intermediate level computer user. My dad used to always say when I was a lot younger and had my first PC (AMD 80386-DX 40Mhz) that I knew just enough to be dangerous. this was because I was constantly needing him to reinstall MS-DOS and Windows 3.1, due to my experimentation and exploration. he eventually gave me a set of my own install diskettes, and the rest is history. I have given up most of the exploring and experimentation with how the OS works, having learned all that I needed too know. I am able to solve the majority of my PC problems on my own, and I manage my Mom's PC for her. If I have a problem that I post about, it is usually because it has me stumped. But that doesn't mean I won't stop working on it on my own, while waiting for a response too my post.

    I prefer repair installs (in-place upgrades) over clean installs. I view a clean install as a absolute last resort. I would rather fix the issue than run a repair install or do a clean install. and if it's a choice between a clean install, and a factory install, I will choose a factory install. I don't think system utilities included by the OEM are bloatware. what I consider bloatware are third party software, such as Norton security, or other brands of security/AV software. also third party cd/dvd/bluray/media players included with a system. I am careful about the systems I buy, choosing them for minimal bloatware.

    the most programming I can do is write some Commodore 64/128 BASIC and batch files written for MS-DOS and Win9x (including multi-choice boot-up menu's done via Autoexec.bat). I can also do some basic HTML coding. for all of that, I am self taught. I also have experience with MS-Office XP Pro (version 2002), Office 2007 Ultimate, Office 2010 Pro, and Office 2019 (365 personal)
    Welcome to TenForums, Cybot.
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  5. Posts : 36,278
    Windows 10 Home x64 21H2
       #1755

    Welcome to Ten forums (after 2 years) Naj, and Jdavidj and Cybot

    A Guy
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  6. Posts : 50
    win 10 pro
       #1756

    hi.
    i am computer programmer,mathematician,physicist,quantum mechanist etc.
    wishing health and happiness to members.
    best regards.
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  7. Posts : 46,458
    Windows 10 Home 64bit 21H1 and insider builds
       #1757

    rqhhe said:
    hi.
    i am computer programmer,mathematician,physicist,quantum mechanist etc.
    wishing health and happiness to members.
    best regards.
    Hi rqhhe and welcome to Ten Forums. That's an impressing list of accomplishments.
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  8. Posts : 13
    Win 8.1 Pro 64-bit Embedded Industry
       #1758

    HI all..
    Newbie on this forum!
    I'm a retired electronician engineer from Brussels University, having a great interest in all tips 'n tricks to enhance my computer.
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  9. Posts : 46,458
    Windows 10 Home 64bit 21H1 and insider builds
       #1759

    Bugs Bunny said:
    HI all..
    Newbie on this forum!
    I'm a retired electronician engineer from Brussels University, having a great interest in all tips 'n tricks to enhance my computer.
    Hi Bugs Bunny and welcome to Ten Forums. Check out our extensive tutorials section. There are lots of tips 'n tricks in there.
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  10. Posts : 26,934
    Windows 10 (Pro and Insider Pro)
       #1760

    rqhhe said:
    hi.
    i am computer programmer,mathematician,physicist,quantum mechanist etc.
    wishing health and happiness to members.
    best regards.
    Hi rqhhe and welcome to ten Forums. You could start a quantum computing section here

    Bugs Bunny said:
    HI all..
    Newbie on this forum!
    I'm a retired electronician engineer from Brussels University, having a great interest in all tips 'n tricks to enhance my computer.
    Hi Bugs Bunny! Welcome to Ten Forums Overclocking section seems a right place for you to start
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