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    Multi-boot Windows 10/11 - RTM, RP, Beta, and Insider
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       #30

    @Kari did some nice work to help with the transition of Win 7 and Win 8 to Win 10, so I'm cross-referencing it here:

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  2. Posts : 17,838
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       #31

    All I'm trying to say is..., The majority of Windows users desire to run Windows 10! However, the majority of those users do not desire to run Windows 10 in the form given to them.
    That in itself speaks volumes.
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       #32

    Hi,
    I don't really see the need to change a lot of 10's interface
    It's like putting lip stick on pig
    It's still a pig.
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  4. Posts : 17,838
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       #33

    ThrashZone said:
    Hi,
    I don't really see the need to change a lot of 10's interface
    It's like putting lip stick on pig
    It's still a pig.
    I hear ya, but it goes way deeper than that!

    Perfect example: Why is this user upset about THIS?

    It's about a host of issues!
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       #34

    Edwin said:
    I hear ya, but it goes way deeper than that!

    Perfect example: Why is this user upset about THIS?

    It's about a host of issues!
    Hi,
    Then it won't take long for the adults around here to start posting tinfoil hat goodies
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  6. Posts : 17,838
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       #35

    ThrashZone said:
    Hi,
    Then it won't take long for the adults around here to start posting tinfoil hat goodies
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  7. Posts : 17,661
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       #36

    Edwin said:
    All I'm trying to say is..., The majority of Windows users desire to run Windows 10! However, the majority of those users do not desire to run Windows 10 in the form given to them.
    That in itself speaks volumes.
    No, it does not.

    Arguments used are the same than users used when transitioning from Windows 98 to XP, and from XP to Vista / Windows 7.

    The only thing it speaks of, what is shows, is that for quite a many users, change is a negative thing. "I've always driven BMW 318, The old one is dying, it's no longer road safe, but I keep driving it. I don't want to get a new one because it looks different".

    Kari
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       #37

    Kari said:
    No, it does not.

    Arguments used are the same than users used when transitioning from Windows 98 to XP, and from XP to Vista / Windows 7.

    The only thing it speaks of, what is shows, is that for quite a many users, change is a negative thing. "I've always driven BMW 318, The old one is dying, it's no longer road safe, but I keep driving it. I don't want to get a new one because it looks different".

    Kari
    Arguments used are the same than users used when transitioning from Windows 98 to XP, and from XP to Vista / Windows 7.
    There are many many people still using XP, Vista and Windows 7 so I would this that it does in deed speak Volumes. I drive a 2000 Acura 3.2tl with 110.000 miles on it and it runs like it did when I bought it.
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       #38

    ThrashZone said:
    Hi,
    Then it won't take long for the adults around here to start posting tinfoil hat goodies
    Edwin said:

    Hi,
    It happens when they just want to kill a conversation a lot like news sources do these days.
    Can't debate so next best thing is insults.....
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  10. Posts : 7,724
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       #39

    Josey Wales said:
    There are many many people still using XP, Vista and Windows 7 so I would this that it does in deed speak Volumes. I drive a 2000 Acura 3.2tl with 110.000 miles on it and it runs like it did when I bought it.
    Hi,
    Not to mention switching to linux or only use 10 for vm'ing linux/....
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