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    Windows Store apps are essential I think for those that run Windows 10 in S mode.
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    Fabler2 said:
    Windows Store apps are essential I think for those that run Windows 10 in S mode.
    Hi,
    That is a childs mode.
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    ThrashZone said:
    Hi,
    That is a childs mode.
    Yes.
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    Fabler2 said:
    Yes.
    Hi folks

    seem Familiar !!!!

    W8 was meant to operate I think in "Kids Mode"'

    Microsoft to phase out Microsoft Store for Business and Education-aol.png

    W10 improvement of course --but still actually operating in "Teen Mode"

    Maybe next edition of Windows will operate in proper Adult Mode. !!!!

    Cheers
    jimbo
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    jimbo45 said:
    Hi folks

    seem Familiar !!!!

    W8 was meant to operate I think in "Kids Mode"'

    Microsoft to phase out Microsoft Store for Business and Education-aol.png

    W10 improvement of course --but still actually operating in "Teen Mode"

    Maybe next edition of Windows will operate in proper Adult Mode. !!!!

    Cheers
    jimbo
    Very similiar
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    Hi,
    We can only hope this silly child's play is getting old
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    Can’t believe my workplace is installing windows 10 in coming months over 7. The whole design and look of the start menu just doesn’t fit into a business. It just, as has been mentioned, looks like a kids mode. But I agree on 10 improving on 8. I never used it because I couldn’t believe it didn’t have a proper start menu. It just felt like a mobile phone OS.
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    jimbo45 said:
    Hi folks

    seem Familiar !!!!

    W8 was meant to operate I think in "Kids Mode"'

    Microsoft to phase out Microsoft Store for Business and Education-aol.png

    W10 improvement of course --but still actually operating in "Teen Mode"

    Maybe next edition of Windows will operate in proper Adult Mode. !!!!

    Cheers
    jimbo
    It's childish to do such a comparison... Win 8 was just the building block for Win 10 (like Vista was for Win 7)

    Fabler2 said:
    Windows Store apps are essential I think for those that run Windows 10 in S mode.
    Store is opening up to more than that - MS has done a lot to get Desktop apps there as well.
    Scottyboy99 said:
    Canít believe my workplace is installing windows 10 in coming months over 7. The whole design and look of the start menu just doesnít fit into a business. It just, as has been mentioned, looks like a kids mode. But I agree on 10 improving on 8. I never used it because I couldnít believe it didnít have a proper start menu. It just felt like a mobile phone OS.
    I don't see the mobile connection with Win 10... our business has been using it since inception without complaint.
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    Hi,
    MS made us in to children
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    Superfly said:
    It's childish to do such a comparison... Win 8 was just the building block for Win 10 (like Vista was for Win 7)


    Store is opening up to more than that - MS has done a lot to get Desktop apps there as well.


    I don't see the mobile connection with Win 10... our business has been using it since inception without complaint.
    What makes you the one to decide what is Childish? Maybe if MS would at least share some information with the People in The IP it would be better. Getting a new build at 5PM on a Friday Night is baloney. I only use 3 apps and any user should have the ability to remove them. The Hub is one of the most useless apps. They always ask for my email address on some reports but never in 5 years have anyone contacted me.
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