Today Microsoft Starts the Most Aggressive Windows 10 Upgrade Campaign

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  1. Posts : 7,128
    Windows 10 Pro Insider
       #20

    rfcomptech said:
    I have using windows 10 now for about 2 months and all I have had is one problem after another and my opinion is that Microsoft has idiots for programmers, because I don't think that they even tested windows ten. Anytime you write a new program or even updates for an exiting program you need to test the program or test the update for a program. I am going to reload Windows 7 and find a way to get rid of the Windows 10 upgrade icon that they put the task bar. In my opinion Microsoft has gotten worse with every os they have come out with since Window XP. I am just ranting know so I will stop, enough said.
    Windows 10 has been tested. By MS and those of us that are in the Insider Program. IMHO, MS hurriedly released Win 10 to the public so they could distance themselves from Win 8. Win 8.1 should have been the first release of Win 8. Cortana wasn't ready, Edge wasn't ready and their Windows as a service(forced updates) wasn't ready. All these and a few other things need a lot more improving. I just hope MS didn't ruin Win10 by releasing it to early like they did with Win 8. I like Win 10 and don't plan on going back to a earlier Windows version. I just think MS should have held off releasing Win 10 to the general public until a few more things was ready.
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  2. Posts : 487
    Windows 8 Pro x64
       #21

    dencal said:
    This will obviously upset the W7/8.1 aficionados along with the anti W10 brigade.
    This brings to mind the oft quoted "Intelligence is measured by ones ability to adapt to change"
    Of course that quote comes from someone with just an opinion like everyone else. Funny how you want to constantly tout that "haters gonna hate" thinking, yet you feel free to insult those opposed to you.
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  3. Posts : 487
    Windows 8 Pro x64
       #22

    BunnyJ said:
    I think that people should get the option one time and then they should be able to totally opt out.

    /Waiting for the MS hate to begin..
    No no I completely agree with that. Just the second comment in this thread bugged me that's all. But I'm good. :)
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  4. Posts : 22,741
    Windows 10 Home x64
       #23

    rfcomptech said:
    I have using windows 10 now for about 2 months and all I have had is one problem after another and my opinion is that Microsoft has idiots for programmers, because I don't think that they even tested windows ten. Anytime you write a new program or even updates for an exiting program you need to test the program or test the update for a program. I am going to reload Windows 7 and find a way to get rid of the Windows 10 upgrade icon that they put the task bar. In my opinion Microsoft has gotten worse with every os they have come out with since Window XP. I am just ranting know so I will stop, enough said.
    Jody Thornton said:
    No no I completely agree with that. Just the second comment in this thread bugged me that's all. But I'm good. :)
    The above post is what I was expecting when I made that comment.

    I think that he needs to describe his experience as a programmer before he tosses stones at anyone at MS.
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  5. whs
    Posts : 1,935
    Windows 7
       #24

    If you don't want W10 and want to be safe from some sneaky update, install a W10 in a virtual partition. That seems to be the remedy and they will then leave you alone.
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  6. Posts : 1,983
    Windows 10 x86 14383 Insider Pro and Core 10240
       #25

    If you don't want W10 and want to be safe from some sneaky update, just don't leave more than about 4GB of free space - i.e. less than the size of install.esd plus the applied updated windows setup files - on on your main windows partition - you can always mount a volume in an empty ntfs folder in your <username> folder to give yourself additional data storage space, which will not be available for upgrading your system.
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  7. Posts : 24
    win7
       #26

    dencal said:
    This will obviously upset the W7/8.1 aficionados along with the anti W10 brigade.
    This brings to mind the oft quoted "Intelligence is measured by ones ability to adapt to change"
    I am a W7 aficionado and more than likely will be there a while longer. I am also on ios because I was'nt waiting for msft, all those years ago.
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  8. Lee
    Posts : 4,793
    OS X, Win 10
       #27

    jebuchanan said:
    I don't understand why there isn't a class action lawsuit against MS over this
    Really holding my water over this silly . . .
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  9. Posts : 3,080
    W10 Pro + W10 Preview
       #28

    Jody Thornton said:
    Of course that quote comes from someone with just an opinion like everyone else. Funny how you want to constantly tout that "haters gonna hate" thinking, yet you feel free to insult those opposed to you.
    The usual inaccuracy when someone wants to make a point I quote:- (Funny how you want to constantly tout that "haters gonna hate" thinking,) on what basis?
    If you feel insulted by the quote it suggests it might have hit a nerve.
    Last edited by dencal; 03 Feb 2016 at 03:55.
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  10. Lee
    Posts : 4,793
    OS X, Win 10
       #29

    dencal said:
    The usual inaccuracy when someone wants to make a point I quote:- (Funny how you want to constantly tout that "haters gonna hate" thinking,) on what basis?
    If you feel insulted by the quote it suggests it might have hit a nerve.
    . . .a big one. . .:)
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