Is Windows 10 stable enough for main desktop?

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  1. DRFP's Avatar
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       #31

    Edwin said:
    It's stable enough to tinker with but I wouldn't use it as your main OS.
    I may have everything backed up but yes its on full on this laptop, I find the idea of Virtual boot distasteful for real life conditions, I know it may be the same yet I want to have it as I would RTM.

    So far I have few bugs, sleep and the picture sign on are the major bugs I found.
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       #32

    adamf said:
    I did upgrade from 8.1 to 10 on my only PC and it has worked fine with no problems at all. The only irritant was the upgrade process took hours and hours. Far far slower than a clean install. Even my Vista era display and trackpad drivers continue to work fine. Perhaps in April I'll have to restore back 8.1 but I expect there will be some hack to allow activation - there normally is.
    Well my hack will be to Buy it
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       #33

    I did an "upgrade" from Win8.1 and have found Win10 TP to be pretty much the same as Win8.1 -- definitely stable enough to warrant daily usage. Just make note that if you do an upgrade, there is no way to return to what you had in place prior to the upgrade. You would have to erase Win10 and to do a clean reinstall of Winx (version prior to 10).
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