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  1. Posts : 2,101
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       07 Jan 2016 #21

    BunnyJ said: View Post
    No.. it doesn't. Not in the least way does it suggest anything. They can and likely know how many via the activation process and they don't have to monitor past that point.
    On this side of the water Active means Live.

    Further confirmation on previously posted thread....M$ collecting data
    Microsoft spying: Windows 10 user data appears in new blog post | BGR
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       07 Jan 2016 #22

    Dencal the only problem is that alot of people do not let Microsoft know what they are doing. Along with in my case. My test unit may only be up for say 20 minutes every two weeks, when I am trying to match a user problem to what I can find on my end.

    Sounds to me that Microsoft is fudging their numbers, since I am still seeing a lot of posts of people wanting to stick with 7 and not be forced to upgrade to 10.
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       07 Jan 2016 #23

    bro67 said: View Post
    Dencal the only problem is that alot of people do not let Microsoft know what they are doing. Along with in my case. My test unit may only be up for say 20 minutes every two weeks, when I am trying to match a user problem to what I can find on my end.

    Sounds to me that Microsoft is fudging their numbers, since I am still seeing a lot of posts of people wanting to stick with 7 and not be forced to upgrade to 10.
    The only way you can avoid M$ knowing what you are doing is to go off line.

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  4.    07 Jan 2016 #24

    Fafhrd said: View Post
    Just because it's apparently "free", just like broadcast Media channels bearing advertising, makes it very important to the bean counters who monetarise every aspect of your life today.
    From an advertising standpoint I agree with you.
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  5.    07 Jan 2016 #25

    BunnyJ said: View Post
    I for one would be using it.
    You would have paid the suggested MSRP, what is it? $119.00 for W-10 Home?

    If so, I have some land I would like to sell you.
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  6.    07 Jan 2016 #26

    gator2013 said: View Post
    You would have paid the suggested MSRP, what is it? $119.00 for W-10 Home?

    If so, I have some land I would like to sell you.
    Yes, I would of paid and I paid for 7/8 as well.
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  7.    07 Jan 2016 #27

    dencal said: View Post
    On this side of the water Active means Live.

    Further confirmation on previously posted thread....M$ collecting data
    Microsoft spying: Windows 10 user data appears in new blog post | BGR
    It means the same here and a blog is not a source I would use as a source for reliable information.
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       07 Jan 2016 #28

    BunnyJ said: View Post
    It means the same here and a blog is not a source I would use as a source for reliable information.
    Then how about straight from the horses mouth!!!!!
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  9.    07 Jan 2016 #29

    dencal said: View Post
    Then how about straight from the horses mouth!!!!!
    Again, you're assuming that active means that MS is spying on users and I don't think that's a correct interpretation. When 10 was activated MS was able to get a rough count on how many PC's had the OS installed. That's it.. it does not mean that any further monitoring is taking place. There is no way that you'll convince me that MS is doing any malicious spying on users and if you're truly concerned why use 10 in the first place?

    No.. don't try to answer that one.. I'll drop out of this thread now.
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  10.    07 Jan 2016 #30

    gator2013 said: View Post
    You would have paid the suggested MSRP, what is it? $119.00 for W-10 Home?

    If so, I have some land I would like to sell you.
    I might not pay the full price, but if I could find a cheap media and license for whatever version of Windows I desired, I'd get it. I just bought a Windows 8 Pro x64 DVD and Activation Key for $60.00. That $60.00 will go far in three ways:

    (a) Allow me to activate Windows 8 Pro x64 on my HP xw8200 workstation right now.
    (b) Allow me to upgrade to Windows 8.1 Pro x64 on a new workstation that is compatible
    (c) Eventually upgrade to Windows 10 Pro when I have no other choice down the road.

    I'd say money well spent.
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