1.    25 Aug 2015 #1
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    I am subscribed to all Threads - How do I un-sub from a few of them ?


    I need to UN-sub from some of them ?
    Please tell me how to do it
    thanks.
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  2.    25 Aug 2015 #2
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    Quote Originally Posted by acmanten View Post
    I need to UN-sub from some of them ?
    Please tell me how to do it
    thanks.
    Go to User CP, click view all subscribed threads, click checkbox to right of each one you want to unsubscribe from, then drop to bottom and click selected threads and then select the button that says Delete Subscription.
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  3.    25 Aug 2015 #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by Word Man View Post
    Go to User CP, click view all subscribed threads, click checkbox to right of each one you want to unsubscribe from, then drop to bottom and click selected threads and then select the button that says Delete Subscription.
    OK, and i just did that and tks...

    WORD MAN.... Please take a look at this (below) and send me any comments...
    System Info screen: Windows 10 activation and Product ID


    Thanks for all the help and assistance I have received.

    I have just rebooted again my upgraded Win 10, and all still appears to be fine but I always have questions, and someone said there are never any bad questions.... I need to ask below.

    1. My reboot says "Windows is activated" and Product ID: 00326-10000-00000-(and five more alpha numeric here)
    Is it OK to show the Product ID, and can I check that with Microsoft ?

    Does this mean that my Windows 10 is fully upgraded and completely activated by Microsoft?

    I have made several different System Protection, restore points.

    What is the next process that I should follow ?
    Thanks for send me info. all be safe.. cliff M.

    Thanks, and now I am only sub'd to ten threads...
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  4.    25 Aug 2015 #4
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    Quote Originally Posted by acmanten View Post
    OK, and i just did that and tks...

    WORD MAN.... Please take a look at this (below) and send me any comments...
    System Info screen: Windows 10 activation and Product ID


    Thanks for all the help and assistance I have received.

    I have just rebooted again my upgraded Win 10, and all still appears to be fine but I always have questions, and someone said there are never any bad questions.... I need to ask below.

    1. My reboot says "Windows is activated" and Product ID: 00326-10000-00000-(and five more alpha numeric here)
    Is it OK to show the Product ID, and can I check that with Microsoft ?

    Does this mean that my Windows 10 is fully upgraded and completely activated by Microsoft?

    I have made several different System Protection, restore points.

    What is the next process that I should follow ?
    Thanks for send me info. all be safe.. cliff M.

    Thanks, and now I am only sub'd to ten threads...
    I'll answer some of that but you can, using discretion and not getting carried away about it, add to your original thread (which I have seen and let others respond) by posting again with something to further the discussion or ask about what others said like "Anybody have any input, please?" or just "Anybody?" or simply "BUMP". I can't recall the exact rules for this particular forum at this time but most forums allow for "bumping" your post back to the top of the thread list for fresh attention as long as you don't abuse it. EDIT - I went back and checked the rules, rule # 2) No useless posts, e.g., thread bumping, useless one liners, junk posting to increase post count, and identical multi-postings in different forums. So, sorry, I misspoke, no bumping!

    1) The Product ID - nothing secret or unique to you about it, not to be confused with a Product Key which in past Windows editions is unique to you - now in WIndows 10, most will only have a generic Product Key unless you bought a retail license - so, my opinion is you don't have to hide Product ID.

    2) As you report it states "Windows is activated", that's exactly what it means, you have a completely activated by Microsoft Windows - for now at least. You might want to look back in your original thread and look at the command NavyLCDR and the other poster gave you to run to make sure there is no expiration date but I doubt you do if you did this upgrade by the book.

    3) Next process is up to you - if no concern about data or other programs you want to save beside Windows itself, then you could move on to clean install. However, you need backups on data and copies of program product keys if you have any so you can reinstall everything after a clean install and activation. However, at my guess of your user level (don't take this the wrong way), you may want to just cruise along in that upgraded Windows 10 for awhile if there are no problems, make sure activation sticks, and not go for clean install unless you feel it's broken - if it ain't broken why fix it?

    Hope that helps a little.
    Last edited by Word Man; 25 Aug 2015 at 19:25.
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  5.    25 Aug 2015 #5
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    Quote Originally Posted by Word Man View Post
    I'll answer some of that but you can, using discretion and not getting carried away about it, add to your original thread (which I have seen and let others respond) by posting again with something to further the discussion or ask about what others said like "Anybody have any input, please?" or just "Anybody?" or simply "BUMP". I can't recall the exact rules for this particular forum at this time but most forums allow for "bumping" your post back to the top of the thread list for fresh attention as long as you don't abuse it. EDIT - I went back and checked the rules, rule # 2) No useless posts, e.g., thread bumping, useless one liners, junk posting to increase post count, and identical multi-postings in different forums. So, sorry, I misspoke, no bumping!

    1) The Product ID - nothing secret or unique to you about it, not to be confused with a Product Key which in past Windows editions is unique to you - now in WIndows 10, most will only have a generic Product Key unless you bought a retail license - so, my opinion is you don't have to hide Product ID.

    2) As you report it states "Windows is activated", that's exactly what it means, you have a completely activated by Microsoft Windows - for now at least. You might want to look back in your original thread and look at the command NavyLCDR and the other poster gave you to run to make sure there is no expiration date but I doubt you do if you did this upgrade by the book.

    3) Next process is up to you - if no concern about data or other programs you want to save beside Windows itself, then you could move on to clean install. However, you need backups on data and copies of program product keys if you have any so you can reinstall everything after a clean install and activation. However, at my guess of your user level (don't take this the wrong way), you may want to just cruise along in that upgraded Windows 10 for awhile if there are no problems, make sure activation sticks, and not go for clean install unless you feel it's broken - if it ain't broken why fix it?

    Hope that helps a little.
    I am very happy with it so far... Thanks to all for helping me. Cliff M.
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