Windows 10: Changing over to Win 10

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  1.    13 Dec 2014 #11

    Wynona said: View Post
    BunnyJ said: View Post
    Wow..It's good that there are a lot of testers but a shame that a deal will not be cut. In the end I just hope for a decent price for Win10. And at this point we're all speculating.. I hope for more solid information in January.
    Bunny, like you I'm speculating, so there may or may not be a deal cut for us.

    Certainly it would be nice and I'm hoping . . .
    If I do get a copy of Win10 I'll get an retail one so I can perform a clean install and then do updates from that base. I just hope for a semi discount for the first months for early adapters.
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       13 Dec 2014 #12

    I wouldn't mind a cheap upgrade from win-8.1 there nothing there and nothing will be missed by me personally,
    7 will stay unmolested though
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  3.    13 Dec 2014 #13

    It is far too early to tell. And then we have no clue yet what the T&Cs for 10 will be.
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  4.    14 Dec 2014 #14

    Windows 8 came out "early" for $40 -- which is what I paid for it. If Win10 is the same, that's not a bad deal.
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       14 Dec 2014 #15

    I seem to remember 14.99 :/
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  6.    14 Dec 2014 #16

    ThrashZone said: View Post
    I seem to remember 14.99 :/
    That was for the upgrade.
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       14 Dec 2014 #17

    Okay well yep that is what we're talking about
    That was what 8 was worth but not covering up 7 with
    Thankfully there was Shawn to get around that little upgrade quirk as long as there was an actual activation key
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  8.    14 Dec 2014 #18

    True - Shawn always saves us.
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  9.    16 Dec 2014 #19

    As to cost it really means nothing to me. If you think that it will scratch your wallet then maybe now is the time to start putting away say a 20 spot each month until the release of win 10, thus you will have at least enough to buy one copy maybe two. . .who knows maybe even three or four. . .
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       16 Dec 2014 #20

    Actually win-8 was free for me but no costs aren't an issue but 8 wasn't worth a penny,
    Start8 cost 5 bucks so that's about all the costs associated with 8-8.1,

    So as an upgrade from 8.1 to 10 be it free or 14.99 ... but if nothing changes as far as graphic's options I might skip 10 all together ?
    Too early to say for sure as long as it's cheap my priorities are in graphic's and business which are satisfied with 7 so there really has to be worth and benefit in an upgrade,
    Cheers.
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