Why would I change from Windows 7 to Windows 10

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    whs
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       #121

    BunnyJ said:
    I for one think that the new start menu is very good to start with. That for me has sold me on the new OS.
    Hmm, see how opinions can be different. The start screen is on my con-list. I toggle the 8.1 start page which I like better. Not so much for the start page itself bit because of the apps page where I can orient myself easier than in the left pane of the start menu.

    I have one showstopper right now - they did not integrate the modern UI with the high definition themes. I need high def so that I can read what's on the screen and all modern UI pages are unreadable in high def. I hope they fix that by RTM.
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       #122

    Winuser said:
    whs said:
    And why is it fabulous and awesome. Facts would convince me more than opinions.

    And let me quote Indianastone:
    I guess I am old enough not to be easily impressed.
    Because Microsoft said so. :)
    You are easy prey for commercials.
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  3. BunnyJ's Avatar
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       #123

    whs said:
    BunnyJ said:
    I for one think that the new start menu is very good to start with. That for me has sold me on the new OS.
    Hmm, see how opinions can be different. The start screen is on my con-list. I toggle the 8.1 start page which I like better. Not so much for the start page itself bit because of the apps page where I can orient myself easier than in the left pane of the start menu.

    I have one showstopper right now - they did not integrate the modern UI with the high definition themes. I need high def so that I can read what's on the screen and all modern UI pages are unreadable in high def. I hope they fix that by RTM.
    I would like to see as many features added before the RTM as well.
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  4. whs's Avatar
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       #124

    High def is not a new feature. It has been there all the time. But now they ruined it.
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  5. Posts : 1,557
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       #125

    Winuser said:
    whs said:
    And why is it fabulous and awesome. Facts would convince me more than opinions.

    And let me quote Indianastone:
    I guess I am old enough not to be easily impressed.
    Because Microsoft said so. :)
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  6. Posts : 1,557
    W10 32 bit, XUbuntu 18.xx 64 bit
       #126

    whs said:
    BunnyJ said:
    I for one think that the new start menu is very good to start with. That for me has sold me on the new OS.
    Hmm, see how opinions can be different. The start screen is on my con-list. I toggle the 8.1 start page which I like better. Not so much for the start page itself bit because of the apps page where I can orient myself easier than in the left pane of the start menu.

    I have one showstopper right now - they did not integrate the modern UI with the high definition themes. I need high def so that I can read what's on the screen and all modern UI pages are unreadable in high def. I hope they fix that by RTM.
    Unfortunately, When I was testing windows 10 preview, I couldn't judge the start screen because my all-in-one computer is not a touch screen.
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  7. caperjack's Avatar
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       #127

    groze said:
    whs said:
    BunnyJ said:
    I for one think that the new start menu is very good to start with. That for me has sold me on the new OS.
    Hmm, see how opinions can be different. The start screen is on my con-list. I toggle the 8.1 start page which I like better. Not so much for the start page itself bit because of the apps page where I can orient myself easier than in the left pane of the start menu.

    I have one showstopper right now - they did not integrate the modern UI with the high definition themes. I need high def so that I can read what's on the screen and all modern UI pages are unreadable in high def. I hope they fix that by RTM.
    Unfortunately, When I was testing windows 10 preview, I couldn't judge the start screen because my all-in-one computer is not a touch screen.
    say what you want about the start screen ,i like it so shoot me .lol

    ,but what difference does it make that one does not have a touch screen ,I don't have a touch screen either ,but my mouse can click on any icon I can find on my win10 ,be it the start screen, the start menu, my desktop ,I don't get it Really, help me understand please
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  8. Winuser's Avatar
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       #128

    whs said:
    Winuser said:
    whs said:
    And why is it fabulous and awesome. Facts would convince me more than opinions.

    And let me quote Indianastone:
    I guess I am old enough not to be easily impressed.
    Because Microsoft said so. :)
    You are easy prey for commercials.
    It's really not my fault. I got hooked watching all those Ron Popeil and Billy Mays commercials. :)
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  9. Posts : 1,557
    W10 32 bit, XUbuntu 18.xx 64 bit
       #129

    caperjack said:
    groze said:
    whs said:
    BunnyJ said:
    I for one think that the new start menu is very good to start with. That for me has sold me on the new OS.
    Hmm, see how opinions can be different. The start screen is on my con-list. I toggle the 8.1 start page which I like better. Not so much for the start page itself bit because of the apps page where I can orient myself easier than in the left pane of the start menu.

    I have one showstopper right now - they did not integrate the modern UI with the high definition themes. I need high def so that I can read what's on the screen and all modern UI pages are unreadable in high def. I hope they fix that by RTM.
    Unfortunately, When I was testing windows 10 preview, I couldn't judge the start screen because my all-in-one computer is not a touch screen.
    say what you want about the start screen ,i like it so shoot me .lol

    ,but what difference does it make that one does not have a touch screen ,I don't have a touch screen either ,but my mouse can click on any icon I can find on my win10 ,be it the start screen, the start menu, my desktop ,I don't get it Really, help me understand please
    I guess when I was testing windows 10, I should of asked "How to switch to the start screen mode". I never knew you could till later. I would of really liked to have tried the start screen on my desktop computer. I never said I didn't like the start screen.
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  10. caperjack's Avatar
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    insider build 10586.3 win10 pro 64
       #130

    groze said:
    caperjack said:
    groze said:
    whs said:
    BunnyJ said:
    I for one think that the new start menu is very good to start with. That for me has sold me on the new OS.
    Hmm, see how opinions can be different. The start screen is on my con-list. I toggle the 8.1 start page which I like better. Not so much for the start page itself bit because of the apps page where I can orient myself easier than in the left pane of the start menu.

    I have one showstopper right now - they did not integrate the modern UI with the high definition themes. I need high def so that I can read what's on the screen and all modern UI pages are unreadable in high def. I hope they fix that by RTM.
    Unfortunately, When I was testing windows 10 preview, I couldn't judge the start screen because my all-in-one computer is not a touch screen.
    say what you want about the start screen ,i like it so shoot me .lol

    ,but what difference does it make that one does not have a touch screen ,I don't have a touch screen either ,but my mouse can click on any icon I can find on my win10 ,be it the start screen, the start menu, my desktop ,I don't get it Really, help me understand please
    I guess when I was testing windows 10, I should of asked "How to switch to the start screen mode". I never knew you could till later. I would of really liked to have tried the start screen on my desktop computer. I never said I didn't like the start screen.
    sorry my brain sometimes doesn't decifer well .i took this[ I couldn't judge the start screen because my all-in-one computer is not a touch screen.] to mean something different
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