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  1.    10 Jul 2017 #31
  2.    10 Jul 2017 #32

    Quote Originally Posted by alphanumeric View Post
    I think most here will agree with me that a new build is in effect a new OS. They just keep calling it Windows 10. Which I wish they wouldn't. but that's a whole other topic. So, if you for instance don't upgrade to the next build every time ones released, you will get what you want. Replace the "X" we're referring to with the build number, not 10. Just because all your hardware works with the AU doesn't mean it will work with the CU. If you upgrade to the CU and something doesn't or stops working, its not Microsoft's responsibility to make it work, its yours. I'll say this one last time and be done with it. Microsoft is in no way responsible for other manufacturers drivers. Never have been and never will be. They also have little to no influence on how fast those manufacturers update their drivers. Microsoft submits the new version of Windows to those manufacturers so they can develop working drivers long before the public release happens.
    Herein is the whole Windows 10 rub, as you state each new build as like a new OS, and then state don't upgrade to new release.

    This is complete madness, if a new build is a new OS as you state (which I agree), and one has NO control over the upgrade, how can you state that it is the responsibility of one's self to ensure it is compatible. That is akin to saying let's play a game of poker, but the dealer can change the rules at any time, even during the current dealt hand.

    Talking even beyond hardware compatibility, there are personal usage compatibility issues at concern here. Creator version has removed functionality that was present in previous versions. Creator for me is next to unusable because of those changes. I apologize to anyone I might offend, but Windows 10 IMHO is the worst version of Windows to date. It is like a moving target, and you can never be sure of what you will have a few months from now. Totally unacceptable.
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  3.    10 Jul 2017 #33
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trust_No1 View Post
    Herein is the whole Windows 10 rub, as you state each new build as like a new OS, and then state don't upgrade to new release.

    This is complete madness, if a new build is a new OS as you state (which I agree), and one has NO control over the upgrade, how can you state that it is the responsibility of one's self to ensure it is compatible. That is akin to saying let's play a game of poker, but the dealer can change the rules at any time, even during the current dealt hand.

    Talking even beyond hardware compatibility, there are personal usage compatibility issues at concern here. Creator version has removed functionality that was present in previous versions. Creator for me is next to unusable because of those changes. I apologize to anyone I might offend, but Windows 10 IMHO is the worst version of Windows 10 to date. It is like a moving target, and you can never be sure of what you will have a few months from now. Totally unacceptable.
    Totally agree. I don't think the upgrade to a new build should be mandatory, you should be able to refuse it. I've never tried myself. I personally don't like the way it is. The forced driver updates as part of windows update I dislike even more. All I'm saying, and have been saying all along, is Microsoft is not responsible for driver updates (other than its own hardware) for OEM hardware. It's always been like that and I don't see it ever changing. That being said, if your hardware stops working are you going to complain to Microsoft, or the actual manufacturer of said hardware? I'm not saying things aren't f##ked up, they are. But expecting the device you have now to be fully compatible with every new build comes down the pipe, is a pipe dream.
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    October 2025 is the last day of Earth.
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  5.    11 Jul 2017 #35
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    It's the last version because they are going subscription model and so many people said they would never use a subscription model, so MS expects no more customers after 2025.
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