I find I need to spend more time on Bing finding what I want than on Google, in my opinion whatever search criteria Google uses is in my opinion more accurate.
Here is an example I typed in (to keep on topic) 'Uninstall Windows 10' into both Bing and Google.
First Bing, seemed to think i was talking about the preview..
Now below are the google results in my mind more to the point.
Everyone will of course use their own search engine of their choice, but for me I prefer Google.
Good at least that has cleared that up
As you say everyone has their own choice what search engine they use
Bing ?????????????????? Thread title: MS force W10 users auto updates. Back to Mr Popeye for just one moment: This is not Twitter, you get more than 140 characters to respond to a user's post. A forum is different from that platform. A little bit of substance is expected on a forum - state your position, provide a little content, then if you think the poster you are responding to has a point that you would like them to elaborate on - say as much.............. Back to the subject: I am hoping that the install W10 Upgrade KB that will become an Important Update will take into account the user's hardware install base. The GWX campaign had a compatibility utility - that the user got to run - it checked the user's system and determined if the PC met W10 pre-requisites. If this does not happen when WU sends the Upgrade to W10 to W8/7 users , there will be a of of users who will accept the EULA only to find out later on that there are no new drivers for them from the OEM to download. So many of the OEM PCs have drivers that can not be upgraded with an OEM license.
Wait, what's wrong with Windows Updates? Is there something I'm missing and updating to latest version & doing updates is wrong? Why are people against it? Someone here even said they're going back to Windows 7 if they'll be forced to update Windows 10, lol. :/
Sorry, Brink, I should have been clearer. I was referring to this blog: Making it Easier to Upgrade to Windows 10 | Windows Experience Blog
and the fact that it says in there:
"You can specify that you no longer want to receive notifications of the Windows 10 upgrade through the Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 settings pages. "
I was wondering if anyone had found it in the settings for 7 or 8.1
Well yes, that is what I thought I had said. But my question was how or why did 8.0 get left out of the mix? Not that it matters. I have several machines that run 8.0, I was going to upgrade to 8.1, BUT now I am thinking I am better off, just so I don't have to deal with the whole Windows 10 issue.
I intend to keep two versions of 7 and one 8.1, I already have three 10's and 10576.