Windows 10: Frequently Asked Questions about the Windows 10 Free upgrade Solved

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  1.    28 Jun 2015 #61

    Firstly thanks for the information it was clear enough.

    The question I have regards a fresh re-install, I understand that I will have to upgrade my existing instillation first okay I do that, now like a lot of people I want to do a fresh install my question is, where do I get the DVD to do that, will there be a burnable windows 10 iso available ?

    Zoo
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       28 Jun 2015 #62

    BunnyJ said: View Post
    @groze
    Just what are you even talking about?? What I was saying is that when MS is developing a single OS core for Win10 they will just have one core of code to update/modify and test. And by having that the cost will go way down. From my experience it's far easier to change code in one program than say ten.

    And what "laws" are you talking about?? Site some stuff or links to back up what you're claiming.

    And I didn't say that MS would drop support of Win7 or Win8.1 sooner.. if I did point out where I did.

    Gee..
    @BunnyJ (Jeff)

    I never said Microsoft violated the laws. I know Microsoft would never intentionally break a law.
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  3.    28 Jun 2015 #63

    zooburner said: View Post
    Firstly thanks for the information it was clear enough.

    The question I have regards a fresh re-install, I understand that I will have to upgrade my existing instillation first okay I do that, now like a lot of people I want to do a fresh install my question is, where do I get the DVD to do that, will there be a burnable windows 10 iso available ?

    Zoo
    The thought is you/we will be able to download or create an ISO from the ESD that's used for the upgrade process.
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  4.    28 Jun 2015 #64

    groze said: View Post
    @Bunny (Jeff)


    Actually, not everyone is upgrading to windows 10 Jeff. So, Microsoft still has to support windows 7 & 8.1 for few more years. I will still be triple booting with 7, 10, Xubuntu and thanks to kind hearted person, otherwise I would of gone back to Windows 7 & Xubuntu.


    @jeffrys (Jeff)


    If Microsoft did something like that with windows 10 Microsoft would get in trouble with some of are laws in the U.S. We have what is called bait & switch law. Each state also has contract laws.
    groze said: View Post
    @BunnyJ (Jeff)

    I never said Microsoft violated the laws. You will need to look that law up yourself because I don't want to get sued for slander or for misunderstanding. I know Microsoft would never intentionally break a law.
    Then what are you talking about here..see highlighted..
    I didn't mention any contract laws in my post. SO what are you even talking about??
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       28 Jun 2015 #65

    @Bunny (Jeff)

    I corrected my other posting and as I said before I know Microsoft would never intentionally break a law. Do I need to start using the word hypothetical when describing a scenario that may not happen? If you also paid attention, I also used the word "IF" that the same as hypothetical in my book.
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  6.    28 Jun 2015 #66

    groze said: View Post
    I corrected my other posting and as I said before I know Microsoft would never intentionally break a law. Do I need to start using the word hypothetical when describing a scenario that may not happen?
    Oh great.. I did pay attention. You read way too much into my post about cost saving via code reduction. And I still have no clue what your response had anything to do with what I said.

    Could you please try to explain that??
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       28 Jun 2015 #67

    K, let's stop arguing. In a month the truth shall be revealed!
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       28 Jun 2015 #68

    Edwin said: View Post
    K, let's stop arguing. In a month the truth shall be revealed!
    Sorry, I didn't realize I was arguing.
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  9.    28 Jun 2015 #69

    Edwin said: View Post
    K, let's stop arguing. In a month the truth shall be revealed!
    But.. he started it mom..
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       28 Jun 2015 #70

    BunnyJ said: View Post
    But.. he started it mom..
    LOL Carry on!
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