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  1. AndreTen's Avatar
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       09 May 2016 #280

    lx07 said: View Post
    use Edge all the time and can save and manage passwords fine with it - on this and every other forum I use.

    All I can't do is see what the passwords I made up are - just the site and user ID.
    That makes (just) two of us :) Still twice as much as those who have problems with it.
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  2.    09 May 2016 #281

    Wynona said: View Post
    Errrr, ummm . . . I hope you have some very good backups! Ain't no way I'd use my work PC for a beta. And make no mistake; any build above Build 10586 (November Retail Rrelease) is a beta. I still remember the Build sometime back that trashed my machine and made it totally unusable!
    Ah don't worry, I am responsible for rolling out Windows 10 in our company, and I find the best way to discover issues is to actually use it every day. It's good to see what is coming down the pipe as well, so I can prepare how to roll it out to the end users and how much and what is changing. I have a laptop that is just a regular 10 PC as well as a Windows 7 box, so I am well covered.
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  3. Wynona's Avatar
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       09 May 2016 #282

    OilerNut said: View Post
    Ah don't worry, I am responsible for rolling out Windows 10 in our company, and I find the best way to discover issues is to actually use it every day. It's good to see what is coming down the pipe as well, so I can prepare how to roll it out to the end users and how much and what is changing. I have a laptop that is just a regular 10 PC as well as a Windows 7 box, so I am well covered.
    Alrighty then . . . so you're the guinea piggy . . .
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  4.    09 May 2016 #283

    Too cautious, Wyn! I have been using win 10 as my main driver since Oct 2014!

    But, of course, I have always had up-to-date image backups. Only used them once, but I think that was due to the buggy Malwarebytes anti-ransomware prog.
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  5. Wynona's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Skip Ahead Preview Build 18219
       09 May 2016 #284

    linw said: View Post
    Too cautious, Wyn! I have been using win 10 as my main driver since Oct 2014!

    But, of course, I have always had up-to-date image backups. Only used them once, but I think that was due to the buggy Malwarebytes anti-ransomware prog.
    You got bitten by that thing too!? That kinda put me off on anything MBAM.
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  6. Wynona's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Skip Ahead Preview Build 18219
       09 May 2016 #285

    linw said: View Post
    Too cautious, Wyn! I have been using win 10 as my main driver since Oct 2014!

    But, of course, I have always had up-to-date image backups. Only used them once, but I think that was due to the buggy Malwarebytes anti-ransomware prog.
    Me too, Lin. I also used Vista and Windows 7 as my main OS while I was testing. Even when we were testing Windows 7 "dogfood" versions.

    Say what you like, Microsoft has some fantastic coders.
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  7.    09 May 2016 #286

    Not put off MBAM, Wyn, as Malwarebytes is still the first goto for me when I get computers in that are slow and cantankerous. Always follow with ADWCleaner, though.

    It has been fun, this journey, and gives retirees like me something to do! It also gives me the background to help others through the upgrade phase.
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  8. Wynona's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Skip Ahead Preview Build 18219
       09 May 2016 #287

    linw said: View Post
    Not put off MBAM, Wyn, as Malwarebytes is still the first goto for me when I get computers in that are slow and cantankerous. Always follow with ADWCleaner, though.

    It has been fun, this journey, and gives retirees like me something to do! It also gives me the background to help others through the upgrade phase.
    I know, same here.
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  9. Night Hawk's Avatar
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       10 May 2016 #288

    Kari said: View Post
    You seem to be completely unable to understand this!

    Please explain this to me: If OS is not an essential part of any computer, how do you run your virtualization program and a vm on your host computer if the host has no OS? Or let's make it simpler: how do you even start, boot and use your host computer without an OS?

    A virtual machine is also a computer, an emulated one. It cannot function if it does not have an operating system. Saying that OS is not an essential and integral part of a computer, physical or virtual, is plain stupid.
    First ask yourself the following two questions then maybe you will get a better idea of what I was referring to.

    1) What is the main difference between operating system and operating environment?

    2) What is the difference between firmware and an operating system?

    The answer for those two are relatively basic. For the first the OS creates the Operational Environment for things like system files, program folders, and the general workplace for settings for everything which includes those for browsers, programs, etc. as well as system configurations.

    As for the second the OS is something you can constantly see changes made in or with while everything in firmware is "Hard Coded"! That's an entirely different world there. But that grows as well where hard coded processes have taken the place of those previously only OS related where you have the OS embedded making the line drawn between the two hardeer to define.
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  10. Kari's Avatar
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       10 May 2016 #289

    Night Hawk said: View Post
    First ask yourself the following two questions then maybe you will get a better idea of what I was referring to.

    1) What is the main difference between operating system and operating environment?

    2) What is the difference between firmware and an operating system?

    The answer for those two are relatively basic. For the first the OS creates the Operational Environment for things like system files, program folders, and the general workplace for settings for everything which includes those for browsers, programs, etc. as well as system configurations.

    As for the second the OS is something you can constantly see changes made in or with while everything in firmware is "Hard Coded"! That's an entirely different world there. But that grows as well where hard coded processes have taken the place of those previously only OS related where you have the OS embedded making the line drawn between the two hardeer to define.
    That does not change the facts a bit: a computer cannot operate without an operating system, therefore the OS is an integral and essential part of any computer.
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