Question? Have you installed Win 10 and use it everyday?

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  1. Wynona's Avatar
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    Windows 10 1909 Build 18363.657
       #121

    indianacarnie said:
    lehnerus2000 said:
    The main navigation difference between W7 and W10 is that some things are in the "Control Panel" and others are in "PC Settings".

    Also, try right clicking on the Start button and checking out the entries in the Context menu. :)
    There you go! Right clicking the start button did not occur to me at all, duh, and there they are everything I was looking for. Thank you
    Amazing isn't it!? I just figured that out the other day when reading the forums. Someone said something about right clicking the start button. Wow!

    What's even more daunting is that this same right click has been in Windows 8.1 all along!
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  2. caperjack's Avatar
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    insider build 10586.3 win10 pro 64
       #122

    that was one of the first things i found in win8 ,and made it so much easy to use
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  3. Wynona's Avatar
    Posts : 25,896
    Windows 10 1909 Build 18363.657
       #123

    caperjack said:
    that was one of the first things i found in win8 ,and made it so much easy to use
    And the last thing I found! Sigh . . .
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  4. Charlie's Avatar
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    win 7 dual boot / 10
       #124

    Wynona said:

    Amazing isn't it!? I just figured that out the other day when reading the forums. Someone said something about right clicking the start button. Wow!

    What's even more daunting is that this same right click has been in Windows 8.1 all along!

    What I like about this 10 Forums is I'm learning a lot about Windows 8 at the same time learning Windows 10
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  5. Posts : 380
    Windows 10 1803
       #125

    I remain pretty impressed so far. its too late to save m'soft from a thousand self-inflicted wounds, but for the hardcore windows users it will be well-received, assuming no big buggy blowups.

    I'm using on a 'lab mule' older brazos-based notebook with humble A4 dual-core, 4gb, 68gb crucial ssd and its plenty fast, does not bog down as long as you understand the sorry state of browsers at the moment.
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       #126

    I'd say it's pretty useable right now - but I want to wait until the various administrator/developer kits are released.
    IMO the release of those kits reflects a commitment that the code is stabilized enough that they can allow development/deployment.
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  7. BunnyJ's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Home x64
       #127

    usasma said:
    I'd say it's pretty useable right now - but I want to wait until the various administrator/developer kits are released.
    IMO the release of those kits reflects a commitment that the code is stabilized enough that they can allow development/deployment.
    I felt that way about build 9860 but I waited until this build(9879) before I started to use Win10 as my primary OS.
    So far no issues... well for me at least.

    Jeff :)
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  8. Edwin's Avatar
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    Windows 10
       #128

    Yup, use it every day; Windows 8.1 seems uninteresting now!
    Build 9879 has a lot bugs right now though, much more than 9860.
    They GOTTA work on this folder look mess:

    Question? Have you installed Win 10 and use it everyday?-000008.png
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  9. BunnyJ's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Home x64
       #129

    It could always use some kind of work at this stage of it's life cycle. But from my point of view it works well enough for daily use and that's rather nice.

    Jeff
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  10. Edwin's Avatar
    Posts : 15,441
    Windows 10
       #130

    BunnyJ said:
    It could always use some kind of work at this stage of it's life cycle. But from my point of view it works well enough for daily use and that's rather nice.

    Jeff

    For sure! I like it a lot! :)
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