Windows 10: Upgrading to release version from preview?

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  1.    11 Jun 2015 #51

    SaggyMaggyPoo said: View Post
    I think that part of the problem is some are trying to read between the lines where there are no lines to read between and that creates the confusion. No matter how clear MS says anything someone will try to intrepid another way for some reason.,
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  2.    11 Jun 2015 #52

    BunnyJ said: View Post
    I think that part of the problem is some are trying to read between the lines where there are no lines to read between and that creates the confusion. No matter how clear MS says anything someone will try to intrepid another way for some reason.,
    I agree, sometimes it comes down to if their an optimist or pessimist. And a few just want to spread false rumors.
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       11 Jun 2015 #53

    BunnyJ said: View Post
    I think that part of the problem is some are trying to read between the lines where there are no lines to read between and that creates the confusion. No matter how clear MS says anything someone will try to intrepid another way for some reason.,
    Add to this the fact that so many people seem to be getting concerned about things and trying to find out answers now, rather than waiting for the rumour-mill to settle down, and the confusion to clear.

    There is so much speculation going on right now. No-one will really know what is happening until MS make final announcements and clarifications. And even then, the real techie people will find ways to achieve a lot of what they need to, as they always do.

    I've been fortunate enough to be able to try out W10 before release and - for the first time ever - get familiar with a new OS before I actually need to use it, rather than needing to do something quickly and no longer knowing how anything works. For me this is a plus. And I have a year to choose when to upgrade to the new OS, so I can make sure any remaining early glitches are sorted out, and see that things are working (relatively) smoothly, before taking the plunge. Another plus.

    The thing that really concerns me is that it appears that as a Core user I may no longer have any control over updates. But if that turns out to be the case, I will have to live with it (as many people do already, not realising they could change things). And only MS can confirm or refute this for me.

    Some years ago there was a dreadful advertising campaign in the UK featuring Michael Winner. The strapline was 'Calm down dear, it's only a television commercial'

    So:

    'Calm down folks, it's only a free upgrade to W10'
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