Microsoft: Windows 10 Preview Users able to Update to RTM

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    Mint 20.3
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    Frank1 said:
    Brink said:
    Hey Dave,

    Not a free RTM, but that you will be able to update/upgrade to RTM from preview without losing anything. :)
    Darn it! It must be true--there ain't no free lunch!
    Yes there is M$ is getting a testing crew that money can't buy.
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  2.    #21

    If it goes to subscription only I will go with Ubuntu.
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       #22

    Or stay with seven or eight or whatever. no subscription crap here either
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    Windows 10 Insider Program, Linux Mint 19, Arcolinux, MX-17
       #23

    Winuser said:
    One thing I do know for sure. If I go with Windows 10 it's going on a SSD.
    With the prices of SSD's now (and Christmas specials), this is the only way to go .

    Rich
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  5.    #24

    rmonroe36 said:
    Winuser said:
    One thing I do know for sure. If I go with Windows 10 it's going on a SSD.
    With the prices of SSD's now (and Christmas specials), this is the only way to go .

    Rich
    I agree, but I noticed for the last ten days or so the prices of SSD's have not moved very much at all. I have been waiting for one myself. Watching prices on Amazon every day.
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    Windows 10
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    If they come with a special deal like they did with 8, I'll probably get it.
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    Windows 10 X64
       #26

    "There is still plenty of time for them to go insane and totally screw it up. "

    h
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       #27

    "There is still plenty of time for them to go insane and totally screw it up. "

    HAHA? i thought that was already the case......


    Jeff
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  9. whs
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       #28

    Layback Bear said:
    When I do go to a full fledged W-10 it will be a clean install.
    I never did trust/like upgrades or the like. It does take longer but it's a Clean Install.
    Absolutely Jack. Fresh install is the only way to go. Historically upgrades always had problems.
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  10. whs
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       #29

    messed up the post
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