Windows 10: Windows 10 is very very very dangerous

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  1.    10 Aug 2015 #21

    Bazz said: View Post
    No problem kidda I sorted it now it works, I don't need to use 3rd party apps to create my backups, create system image is one of the good things Microchit actually got right.
    That's just...ummm....ironic. Making backups because you don't trust the Operating System not to crash and make your computer unusable, but trusting that same operating system to make valid backups and be able to restore them using the same Operating System resources. Just a head scratcher to me, especially when the 3rd party software is free.
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  2.    10 Aug 2015 #22

    Realtek


    Realtek has been around a long time. Downloaded the latest from Microsoft, not realtek, although it was a Realtek driver. Everybody's computer is different with different conflicting drivers and programs. It is Microsoft and others who owe it to check these things even from 3rd party resources. After all they have tremendous diagnostic capability and money and resources we do not have. Can you fix everything in the latest last 10 years or more automobiles. No way, go pay the $300 for the lousy diagnostic because that is the only way you can do it anymore. Billions of bytes in your computer, it is MS responsibility to do better job of incompatibility problems. By the way when researched this it was a common, very common problem for quite a few years and still is. So, somebody is not addressing this issue.
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  3.    10 Aug 2015 #23

    NavyLCDR said: View Post
    That's just...ummm....ironic. Making backups because you don't trust the Operating System not to crash and make your computer unusable, but trusting that same operating system to make valid backups and be able to restore them using the same Operating System resources. Just a head scratcher to me, especially when the 3rd party software is free.
    Like I said I have tested Windows image restore and back up pretty much extensively and it works very well, now given that I wouldn't touch Windows Disk Management, each to their own. On another note I used MiniTool Partition Wizard to migrate my test 10 to my SSD.
    Also I don't see this
    Making backups because you don't trust the Operating System not to crash and make your computer unusable
    Can you tell me where I made this statment.
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  4.    11 Aug 2015 #24

    Bazz seems to be out of the loop. I have used Windows Restore for years and it always works very well. I have had crap and a virus attacks before despite my anti-virus software and set back system restore for a day or two and it always works extremely well. That being said beside those factors I run malware bytes and other programs. I wanted to just test the validity of rolling back on Windows 10 to verify it worked and it worked well. I may want to install again when they get more kinks out after millions install it.

    When I restore I use one of my clone hdd that is basically windows install with very little programs and it is very clean. This is one of those guys that likes to argue. There is nothing wrong with my computer or programs on it. Never had this particular problem for years or anything like it. Have had all forms of Windows Operating Systems and never a problem. Without a doubt this is a problem with the Windows 10 upgrade. At least on mine and other systems. I use less than 80 Gigs on my entire system, Windows and other programs. Forums don't need people like Bazz as he hurts the forums more than helps. A problem is not always a person's computer, usually is software related, and not that often hardware related. I am not a computer specialist buy I am a retired engineer so I think I know more than Bazz on this subject. Signing out for good. Happy Windows 10 to everyone.
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