Why would I change from Windows 7 to Windows 10

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  1. Emma's Avatar
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       #181

    I am curious about change and used to buy a new PC every time a new system came out. I heard to many negative comments about W8 so didn't buy it for my main computer. I will install W 10 on my laptop that has 8.1 to satisfy my curiosity. Don't know if I will leave it on it, will have to see if I like it better than 8.1.
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  2. FuturDreamz's Avatar
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    Windows 10
       #182

    whs said:
    LF, you have to understand what a 'normal user' looks like. Here is a picture of some of our members who helped set-up the last party - which is more important to many members than their computer, LOL.

    Attachment 11725
    Oh wow, that's a reality check. I keep visualizing everyone on these forums around... 30 or so? They all look like they could be my aunts and uncles.
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  3. BunnyJ's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Home x64
       #183

    There was a pole I think about user age??
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  4. whs's Avatar
    whs
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       #184

    Emma said:
    I am curious about change and used to buy a new PC every time a new system came out. I heard to many negative comments about W8 so didn't buy it for my main computer. I will install W 10 on my laptop that has 8.1 to satisfy my curiosity. Don't know if I will leave it on it, will have to see if I like it better than 8.1.
    Why don't you first try it in virtual. Here is how.
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  5.    #185

    BunnyJ said:
    There was a pole I think about user age??
    I found this one on Seven Forums. There are a fair number of us flatulent geriatrics there.

    Oh, wait! I just found this one here! It seems to be a more "mature" bunch here.
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  6. Emma's Avatar
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    W 7 desktop Home Premium 64 - OS
       #186

    It is just easier for me to reformat then do the imaging. I always order the disks as soon as I set my PC up.

    Who ever mention living in a cabin in the woods, me to. My dream home would be a cabin in a piney woods in the Ozarks, but I would want to be wired and heated. And a town nearby with a good restaurant. LOL
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       #187

    It is just easier for me to reformat then do the imaging. I always order the disks as soon as I set my PC up.
    What can be easy about reinstalls and difficult about images. A reinstall may take 2 days of hard work and an image restore takes 20 minutes of the machine working. I rest my case.
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  8.    #188

    whs said:
    It is just easier for me to reformat then do the imaging. I always order the disks as soon as I set my PC up.
    What can be easy about reinstalls and difficult about images. A reinstall may take 2 days of hard work and an image restore takes 20 minutes of the machine working. I rest my case.
    I agree. It takes me way more than two days to get a new installation working the way I want. A restore takes five, maybe ten minutes tops.
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  9. FuturDreamz's Avatar
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    Windows 10
       #189

    Emma said:
    It is just easier for me to reformat then do the imaging. I always order the disks as soon as I set my PC up.

    Who ever mention living in a cabin in the woods, me to. My dream home would be a cabin in a piney woods in the Ozarks, but I would want to be wired and heated. And a town nearby with a good restaurant. LOL
    mmm. but high speed internet is mandatory.
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  10. Posts : 1,557
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       #190

    Lady Fitzgerald said:
    whs said:
    It is just easier for me to reformat then do the imaging. I always order the disks as soon as I set my PC up.
    What can be easy about reinstalls and difficult about images. A reinstall may take 2 days of hard work and an image restore takes 20 minutes of the machine working. I rest my case.
    I agree. It takes me way more than two days to get a new installation working the way I want. A restore takes five, maybe ten minutes tops.

    I agree as well for a full system image restore it takes me about 15 to 25 minutes to restore, the same with backing up.
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