Windows 10: update to retail version

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  1.    17 Aug 2015 #21

    Ztruker said: View Post
    Hopefully it will get you and the others who regularly beat this topic to death to let it go.
    Probably not but I thought it was worth a try.
    I dd.. you didn't.. next time ...don't replay when the thread it DONE., Please, don't try to act like a mod. Ok??
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       17 Aug 2015 #22

    And yet the thread continued on for another 17 posts. You just successfully made my point :)

    Jeff, I'm not attacking you or NavyLCDR or anyone else and if that's how it appears then I'm sorry.

    I am not a MOD, and I am not acting like one. I have a right to express my opinion which I have done.
    Seems I'm now dragging out this thread as well so I'm done.
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  3.    17 Aug 2015 #23

    alright folks; lets keep this whole thread clean and simple ok. No need to hash or talk "dirty" etc about anyone about theirs posts etc. Just the right and correct info is needed. Thats all. And from what it appears; it looks as if I am good because I did in fact do a clean install of some of the versions prior to 10240 and then when 10240 came out which appears is the same as the retail one from what i can gather; i installed that one as well and thus far so far so good with a few minor exceptions here and there.
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