Are you going to get windows 10 or keep your current os or

View Poll Results: What are you going to do?

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  • Keep Windows 10

    46 76.67%
  • Keep your current operating system

    13 21.67%
  • Get or use another operating system

    1 1.67%
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  1. Posts : 22,741
    Windows 10 Home x64
       #111

    I didn't bother with the VM for this OS I just performed a dual boot from the begging. So far this build is better than the previous for me at lest.
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  2. Posts : 298
    W 7 desktop Home Premium 64 - OS
       #112

    PJL right on. That is how I feel about my HOA also.
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  3. Posts : 5,281
    Win 10 Pro x64
       #113

    Jesse Williams said:
    Why is everyone not wanting to upgrade their Windows 7 machines to Windows 10?
    If I could rep @Kari , he will get 10reps from me.

    He's absolutely right. And just like what @Lady Fitzgerald said, Win 7 is not broken. In fact, it is still more stable than 10 now.

    It's not about metro-phobia or anything. A lot of people invested on hardware and software that works smoothly with 7. Win 10 is a game changer. For one, AMD drivers don't work with it. I have 4 monitors and I have to rely on MS generic graphics driver just to run my 4 monitors. And that dragged down my graphics WEI to 3.9.

    I am not gonna talk about software that people use with Win 7. You guys know what is the deal with that.

    I will hold on to my 7 as long as I can. I have 2 other Win 8 machines to mess up with anyway.

    Cheers!
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  4. Posts : 17,636
    Windows 10 Pro
       #114

    badrobot said:
    For one, AMD drivers don't work with it. I have 4 monitors and I have to rely on MS generic graphics driver just to run my 4 monitors. And that dragged down my graphics WEI to 3.9.
    This laptop I am using now has switchable graphics, AMD Radeon HD 7400M or Intel HD Graphics 3000. I have no issues using AMD drivers which were automatically installed by Windows.
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  5. Posts : 1,909
    Windows 10 Home 64-bit
       #115

    badrobot said:
    Jesse Williams said:
    Why is everyone not wanting to upgrade their Windows 7 machines to Windows 10?
    If I could rep @Kari , he will get 10reps from me.

    He's absolutely right. And just like what @Lady Fitzgerald said, Win 7 is not broken. In fact, it is still more stable than 10 now.

    It's not about metro-phobia or anything. A lot of people invested on hardware and software that works smoothly with 7. Win 10 is a game changer. For one, AMD drivers don't work with it. I have 4 monitors and I have to rely on MS generic graphics driver just to run my 4 monitors. And that dragged down my graphics WEI to 3.9.

    I am not gonna talk about software that people use with Win 7. You guys know what is the deal with that.

    I will hold on to my 7 as long as I can. I have 2 other Win 8 machines to mess up with anyway.

    Cheers!
    So, if we have AMD stuff on our computers, then Windows 10 is not compatible? Does this mean we can't upgrade?
      My Computers


  6. Posts : 5,281
    Win 10 Pro x64
       #116

    Kari said:
    badrobot said:
    For one, AMD drivers don't work with it. I have 4 monitors and I have to rely on MS generic graphics driver just to run my 4 monitors. And that dragged down my graphics WEI to 3.9.
    This laptop I am using now has switchable graphics, AMD Radeon HD 7400M or Intel HD Graphics 3000. I have no issues using AMD drivers which were automatically installed by Windows.
    Mine is on desktop PC. It's an add-on graphics card for multi-monitor setup. Win 10 always pop-up a message about AMD control center needing an attention but it doesn't do anything.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Are you going to get windows 10 or keep your current os or-amdcc.png  
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  7. Posts : 22,741
    Windows 10 Home x64
       #117

    Jesse Williams said:
    badrobot said:
    Jesse Williams said:
    Why is everyone not wanting to upgrade their Windows 7 machines to Windows 10?
    If I could rep @Kari , he will get 10reps from me.

    He's absolutely right. And just like what @Lady Fitzgerald said, Win 7 is not broken. In fact, it is still more stable than 10 now.

    It's not about metro-phobia or anything. A lot of people invested on hardware and software that works smoothly with 7. Win 10 is a game changer. For one, AMD drivers don't work with it. I have 4 monitors and I have to rely on MS generic graphics driver just to run my 4 monitors. And that dragged down my graphics WEI to 3.9.

    I am not gonna talk about software that people use with Win 7. You guys know what is the deal with that.

    I will hold on to my 7 as long as I can. I have 2 other Win 8 machines to mess up with anyway.

    Cheers!
    So, if we have AMD stuff on our computers, then Windows 10 is not compatible? Does this mean we can't upgrade?
    I would make sure I have the drivers from AMD first and go from there. The worst I think is when you upgrade the instillation will use the default drivers.

    Jeff
      My Computer


  8. Posts : 1,909
    Windows 10 Home 64-bit
       #118

    BunnyJ said:
    Jesse Williams said:
    badrobot said:
    Jesse Williams said:
    Why is everyone not wanting to upgrade their Windows 7 machines to Windows 10?
    If I could rep @Kari , he will get 10reps from me.

    He's absolutely right. And just like what @Lady Fitzgerald said, Win 7 is not broken. In fact, it is still more stable than 10 now.

    It's not about metro-phobia or anything. A lot of people invested on hardware and software that works smoothly with 7. Win 10 is a game changer. For one, AMD drivers don't work with it. I have 4 monitors and I have to rely on MS generic graphics driver just to run my 4 monitors. And that dragged down my graphics WEI to 3.9.

    I am not gonna talk about software that people use with Win 7. You guys know what is the deal with that.

    I will hold on to my 7 as long as I can. I have 2 other Win 8 machines to mess up with anyway.

    Cheers!
    So, if we have AMD stuff on our computers, then Windows 10 is not compatible? Does this mean we can't upgrade?
    I would make sure I have the drivers from AMD first and go from there. The worst I think is when you upgrade the instillation will use the default drivers.

    Jeff
    What do you mean?
      My Computers


  9. Posts : 4,560
    Windows 10 Pro
       #119

    Are you serious ?
      My Computers


  10. Posts : 22,741
    Windows 10 Home x64
       #120

    Jesse Williams said:
    BunnyJ said:
    Jesse Williams said:
    badrobot said:
    Jesse Williams said:
    Why is everyone not wanting to upgrade their Windows 7 machines to Windows 10?
    If I could rep @Kari , he will get 10reps from me.

    He's absolutely right. And just like what @Lady Fitzgerald said, Win 7 is not broken. In fact, it is still more stable than 10 now.

    It's not about metro-phobia or anything. A lot of people invested on hardware and software that works smoothly with 7. Win 10 is a game changer. For one, AMD drivers don't work with it. I have 4 monitors and I have to rely on MS generic graphics driver just to run my 4 monitors. And that dragged down my graphics WEI to 3.9.

    I am not gonna talk about software that people use with Win 7. You guys know what is the deal with that.

    I will hold on to my 7 as long as I can. I have 2 other Win 8 machines to mess up with anyway.

    Cheers!
    So, if we have AMD stuff on our computers, then Windows 10 is not compatible? Does this mean we can't upgrade?
    I would make sure I have the drivers from AMD first and go from there. The worst I think is when you upgrade the instillation will use the default drivers.

    Jeff
    What do you mean?
    Sigh,, download the AMD drivers.
    If you get the default drivers from MS then install the AMD drivers.

    That should fix the problem,

    Jeff
      My Computer


 

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