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  1. Joined : Jan 2014
    Oak Ridge TN, USA
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    Windows 10 Pro x64
       02 Sep 2014 #11

    I'm taking a wait and see attitude about this new version of Windows.
    I hope it's a nice refresh with some new features.. but I'm not holding my breath.
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  2.    02 Sep 2014 #12

    Kari said: View Post
    I belong to that really small minority who starting from Windows 3.11 have liked every new Windows version more than its predecessor (excluding Windows ME). The 95 was a huge step into the future from previous versions, again moving to XP from Win 2000 was like a new world. The way Vista changed the Windows concept really fascinated me, I never had any issues with Vista and grew to like it.

    Then came Seven and I was almost literally in love with it. I loved Windows 8 from first betas I tested, the 8.1 surprised me because I did not except Microsoft to make the fantastic 8 so soon after original release even better. But they did, 8.1 alone was super, a dream OS for me, and the Update 1 fine tuned it to that marvelous, flexible, easy to use OS it is today.

    Since Vista I have started to use new Windows versions long before they have been published, making the beta or preview version to my main OS before the official release date.

    I simply have no choice; I am a Windows enthusiast, I have nothing against being called a Microsoft Fan Boy. I simply have to install Threshold as soon as it is possible. Not because I feel I always need to have the latest but rather because I have no patience to wait the official release in order to test and see myself what other geeks have been discussing and what I have read. I also take some pride in "participating", with all Microsoft products I have always allowed every possible "Call Home" function, joined every possible Customer Experience program to allow my computer to automatically send statistics, crash reports and such to MS. It's a long shot but my beta version of a new Windows crashing and crash report being sent "home" might help MS to fix a bug.

    I am ready for new Windows.


    I wholeheartedly agree on most of what you said. With 8.x not so much, though, and that's exactly why I'm excited about Threshold. 8 has great potential and is not a bad OS at all, but I just can't get used to how it works 100%. That's why Threshold is so promising to me.
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  3.    02 Sep 2014 #13

    I'm going to wait it out and see what it's like first with the first videos. If it's worth downloading and is functional with proper Onedrive sync support, i'll even install it on my main pc!!

    It's ok though, I still have my Surface Pro 3.
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