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    EL Capitan
       16 Dec 2015 #21

    I would not bet on it at this time. They obviously do not want another disaster like what happened when Sales wanted 10 pushed out to everyone, before school started.

    On the 13th of October the release was supposed to be at the end. Then they pushed it to November. Now they are stating July next year, which goes along with the release of Server 2016, which right now is being slated for a possible release 3rd Qtr 2016.

    The direction that Microsoft is going right now, is alienating those of us who have always been loyal users, making us start jumping off of the boat and use Linux instead.

    If the schedule had stayed as it was supposed to. Office, Windows and Server, were all supposed to go out at the same time. Instead, Sales & Marketing wanted Windows and Office out into the market way too early.

    A lot of the changes for Redstone are already being tested in the Insider builds. The issue is that they keep breaking stuff, everytime they fiddle with something.

    If Microsoft would get away from the Hybrid NY Kernel, things could move faster and not move backwards.

    I am seeing on the Microsoft Facebook page, more wanting to stick with 7 & 8.1, then move up to 10. Also seeing higher numbers then usual, for those who are just tossing out Windows all together and going straight to Linux or getting a MacBook and using Mac OS.

    Keep in mind what some of this stuff I have posted, is from what I am seeing from Social media on Microsoft's FB page, the articles I have come across and the situations I am running into with 10. I will never touch Office 2016 with a 10' pole. Server they need to go to a straight BSD based Kernel and system, so that they can stay competitive with the Linux and BSD server markets.
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    W10 Pro + W10 Preview
       16 Dec 2015 #22

    bro67 said: View Post
    I would not bet on it at this time. They obviously do not want another disaster like what happened when Sales wanted 10 pushed out to everyone, before school started.

    On the 13th of October the release was supposed to be at the end. Then they pushed it to November. Now they are stating July next year, which goes along with the release of Server 2016, which right now is being slated for a possible release 3rd Qtr 2016.

    The direction that Microsoft is going right now, is alienating those of us who have always been loyal users, making us start jumping off of the boat and use Linux instead.

    If the schedule had stayed as it was supposed to. Office, Windows and Server, were all supposed to go out at the same time. Instead, Sales & Marketing wanted Windows and Office out into the market way too early.

    A lot of the changes for Redstone are already being tested in the Insider builds. The issue is that they keep breaking stuff, everytime they fiddle with something.

    If Microsoft would get away from the Hybrid NY Kernel, things could move faster and not move backwards.

    I am seeing on the Microsoft Facebook page, more wanting to stick with 7 & 8.1, then move up to 10. Also seeing higher numbers then usual, for those who are just tossing out Windows all together and going straight to Linux or getting a MacBook and using Mac OS.

    Keep in mind what some of this stuff I have posted, is from what I am seeing from Social media on Microsoft's FB page, the articles I have come across and the situations I am running into with 10. I will never touch Office 2016 with a 10' pole. Server they need to go to a straight BSD based Kernel and system, so that they can stay competitive with the Linux and BSD server markets.
    Goodness me, you do seem to have your own agenda.
    Insiders should expect to have problems, after all what would be the point otherwise.
    How can M$ possibly give an accurate time schedule whilst in development?
    As for opinions posted by pointy heads on facebook....no comment, rather sad the necessity to quote from such a site.
    Do not include me in your "us" wishing to jump ship to Linux.
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  3.    16 Dec 2015 #23

    bro67 said: View Post
    I would not bet on it at this time. They obviously do not want another disaster like what happened when Sales wanted 10 pushed out to everyone, before school started.

    On the 13th of October the release was supposed to be at the end. Then they pushed it to November. Now they are stating July next year, which goes along with the release of Server 2016, which right now is being slated for a possible release 3rd Qtr 2016.

    The direction that Microsoft is going right now, is alienating those of us who have always been loyal users, making us start jumping off of the boat and use Linux instead.

    If the schedule had stayed as it was supposed to. Office, Windows and Server, were all supposed to go out at the same time. Instead, Sales & Marketing wanted Windows and Office out into the market way too early.

    A lot of the changes for Redstone are already being tested in the Insider builds. The issue is that they keep breaking stuff, everytime they fiddle with something.

    If Microsoft would get away from the Hybrid NY Kernel, things could move faster and not move backwards.

    I am seeing on the Microsoft Facebook page, more wanting to stick with 7 & 8.1, then move up to 10. Also seeing higher numbers then usual, for those who are just tossing out Windows all together and going straight to Linux or getting a MacBook and using Mac OS.

    Keep in mind what some of this stuff I have posted, is from what I am seeing from Social media on Microsoft's FB page, the articles I have come across and the situations I am running into with 10. I will never touch Office 2016 with a 10' pole. Server they need to go to a straight BSD based Kernel and system, so that they can stay competitive with the Linux and BSD server markets.
    What disaster? I hope you aren't relating what shows up in the forums to the big picture. People go to the forums for help so we see mostly issues in their postings. Compare the few thousands of those needing help to more than a hundred million who don't. I don't see any disaster. I do see your assumptions and speculations. One assumption you shouldn't make is that everybody else agrees with you. I sure don't. I am happy with Windows 10 and look forward to sharing in its evolution.
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  4.    16 Dec 2015 #24

    Cbarnhorst said: View Post
    What disaster? I hope you aren't relating what shows up in the forums to the big picture. People go to the forums for help so we see mostly issues in their postings. Compare the few thousands of those needing help to more than a hundred million who don't. I don't see any disaster. I do see your assumptions and speculations. One assumption you shouldn't make is that everybody else agrees with you. I sure don't. I am happy with Windows 10 and look forward to sharing in its evolution.
    I totally agree. Even with all of the issues that get resolved here it's a fraction of the total upgrades that have taken place and the percent that had no issues.
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  5.    16 Dec 2015 #25

    bro67 said: View Post
    The direction that Microsoft is going right now, is alienating those of us who have always been loyal users, making us start jumping off of the boat and use Linux instead.
    Us?? Speak for yourself.. I've tried various distributions and I would never use Linux as a primary OS.
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  6.    16 Dec 2015 #26

    How are you supposed to answer question 25 if you don't use social media?
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  7.    16 Dec 2015 #27

    Winuser said: View Post
    How are you supposed to answer question 25 if you don't use social media?
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    Read the top row of boxes. "None-I don't use this social network."
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  8.    16 Dec 2015 #28

    And if I don't use any of them?
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  9.    16 Dec 2015 #29

    Winuser said: View Post
    And if I don't use any of them?
    Just put a check in each of the boxes!
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  10.    16 Dec 2015 #30

    Cbarnhorst said: View Post
    Just put a check in each of the boxes!
    I don't know if you can do a multiple choice or not on that question. I tried it on a previous question and it wouldn't except it. I just wrote none in the box so I could finish the survey.
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