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  1. Posts : 11
    windows 10 home
       #571

    I just posted a thread but don't see it. I feel dumb. My login screen hangs and hangs switching back to lock screen again.
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  2. Posts : 9
    Windows 10 Home
       #572

    Hi name is John and I am new to Windows 10 but have spent about 15 years writing software for XP and Vista without too many issues.

    Retired fro a Multinational as Technical Director
    Astronomer
    Software author for Astronomy Automation Observation Manager V9.12 and testing Astroart6..

    All the best
    john
      My Computer


  3. Posts : 19,207
    W11+W11 Developer Insider + Linux
       #573

    astrojohn said:
    Hi name is John and I am new to Windows 10 but have spent about 15 years writing software for XP and Vista without too many issues.

    Retired fro a Multinational as Technical Director
    Astronomer
    Software author for Astronomy Automation Observation Manager V9.12 and testing Astroart6..

    All the best
    john
    Welcome and may stars be with you.
      My Computers


  4. Posts : 419
    Windows 10.0.18363 (1909) Home 64-bit
       #574

    astrojohn said:
    Hi name is John and I am new to Windows 10 but have spent about 15 years writing software for XP and Vista without too many issues.

    Retired fro a Multinational as Technical Director
    Astronomer
    Software author for Astronomy Automation Observation Manager V9.12 and testing Astroart6..

    All the best
    john
    Welcome to the forum.
      My Computer


  5. Posts : 13
    windows 10
       #575

    Hi


    After the "end" of DOS6 I became a windows user.

    I've been jumping over the years from win3.11 to win95 to win98 to winXP to win7 and now I've hit win10.

    Luckily, I believe that I have used only the best versions and hope that this tide will continue until the end of time.

    In these years tested some other OSs, and the only other one I use are Linux distributions, but the main one remains windows.

    Ive been on windows10 since last July when I updated the last days of the free upgrade offer and made it just cause the support for win7 could fit soon. Only time will tell if it was a good upgrade.

    Im not very comfortable with these changes of windows 10 because Ive a feeling that remains little possibilities of controlling or reversing some changes (in my view unfavorable) that the system makes compulsorily in updates

    In fact I found this forum to address the many doubts that have arisen and Im very impressed with the quality of the tutorials and the responses of the on-board staff.


    greetings:)
      My Computer


  6. Posts : 19,207
    W11+W11 Developer Insider + Linux
       #576

    Tiburcio said:
    After the "end" of DOS6 I became a windows user.

    I've been jumping over the years from win3.11 to win95 to win98 to winXP to win7 and now I've hit win10.

    Luckily, I believe that I have used only the best versions and hope that this tide will continue until the end of time.

    In these years tested some other OSs, and the only other one I use are Linux distributions, but the main one remains windows.

    Ive been on windows10 since last July when I updated the last days of the free upgrade offer and made it just cause the support for win7 could fit soon. Only time will tell if it was a good upgrade.

    Im not very comfortable with these changes of windows 10 because Ive a feeling that remains little possibilities of controlling or reversing some changes (in my view unfavorable) that the system makes compulsorily in updates

    In fact I found this forum to address the many doubts that have arisen and Im very impressed with the quality of the tutorials and the responses of the on-board staff.


    greetings:)
    Welcome, good to have experienced members, there's always something new to talk about.
      My Computers


  7. Posts : 13
    windows 10
       #577

    CountMike said:
    Welcome, good to have experienced members, there's always something new to talk about.
    Thanks for the wellcome @CountMike Im an old user but not an expert user

    Is so good belongs to a community with the same hobbies.
    greetings
      My Computer


  8. Posts : 419
    Windows 10.0.18363 (1909) Home 64-bit
       #578

    Tiburcio said:
    After the "end" of DOS6 I became a windows user.

    I've been jumping over the years from win3.11 to win95 to win98 to winXP to win7 and now I've hit win10.

    Luckily, I believe that I have used only the best versions and hope that this tide will continue until the end of time.

    In these years tested some other OSs, and the only other one I use are Linux distributions, but the main one remains windows.

    Ive been on windows10 since last July when I updated the last days of the free upgrade offer and made it just cause the support for win7 could fit soon. Only time will tell if it was a good upgrade.

    Im not very comfortable with these changes of windows 10 because Ive a feeling that remains little possibilities of controlling or reversing some changes (in my view unfavorable) that the system makes compulsorily in updates

    In fact I found this forum to address the many doubts that have arisen and Im very impressed with the quality of the tutorials and the responses of the on-board staff.


    greetings:)
    Welcome to the forum.
      My Computer


  9. Posts : 13
    windows 10
       #579

    gregyurkon said:
    Welcome to the forum.
    thanks @gregyurkon for the wellcome!
      My Computer


  10. Posts : 48
    Windows 10
       #580

    Ray R. in Fl.

    Started my career in computers at Newark Collage of Engineering programming FORTRAN (now New Jersey Institute of Technology) and soon after dropping out joined the Air Force and became a Computer Operator. The old Burrows main frames were HUGE and the memory took up most of the space. The disks were four feet in diameter and could not hold as much as you have in your phone. After the Air Force I finally landed a job as a COBOL programmer for a local insurance company. Got fired and took some time off to work on my college degree at NJIT (Finally finished a few years later). Got a job at Morristown Memorial Hospital as a programmer and worked my way into System Administration. Saw the first personal computers come on the scene and the main frames get replaced by smaller servers. The IBM main frames were running an operating system called VM (Virtual Machine) and now I see the same OS being run on those smaller more powerful servers. Funny how things come back around.

    After 27 years at the Hospital I retired and now live in sunny Florida with my wife of 40+ years.

    :)
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