Windows 10: A Tale of Two Systems

  1.    21 Nov 2017 #1

    A Tale of Two Systems

    Here is a comparison of a typical reliability graph between a system running Windows 7 versus one running Windows 10. Both systems are running on top-of-the-line hardware, and during the time these snapshots were taken pretty much all activity was in web browsing (similar sets of web sites) and some MS Office work (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook).
    Here is Windows 7:

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    and this is what things look like under Windows 10:

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  2.    22 Nov 2017 #2

    Which application(s) was/were causing those failures ? Probably some not completely compatible with W10. I would suspect some drivers or their APIs first. I too have W7 and W10 on same computer, each one on own SSD and try to keep programs/games for W7 made for up to W7. On W10 there are only programs either made for or updated to last version that explicitly states to be compatible with W10.
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