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  1.    08 Apr 2015 #31

    badrobot said: View Post
    I can do that. Just one click of a button.
    Please do.. you seem to have some issues with me and at this point I just don't know what they are. so.. do as you wish.
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  2. Posts : 4,333
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       08 Apr 2015 #32

    you even have issues with your own self. you are contradicting yourself.

    Edit.

    Ok Done. This thread looks cleaner now.
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  3.    08 Apr 2015 #33

    badrobot said: View Post
    you even have issues with your own self. you are contradicting yourself.
    I PM'd you.. let's stick to the topic. OK??
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       08 Apr 2015 #34

    As I was saying, if Win 10 is forced to be released soon, it can be another Vista and Win 8. Just my opinion.
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       08 Apr 2015 #35

    Gotta agree with you here. More work needs to be done. Otherwise it will flop no mater the price.
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       08 Apr 2015 #36

    BunnyJ said: View Post
    One thing I like is the ability to use apps from the MS store. And I have to admit I'm a sucker for new OS's. But in the end I might stick with 8.1.1. It meets my needs nicely, with classic shell I have a good start menu and it's just about the same as Win10 is for me at least.

    While Win10 is nice.. it's far from earth shattering. IMO

    These apps in the store will start costing money. There is no free lunch.
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  7.    08 Apr 2015 #37

    Gary said: View Post
    These apps in the store will start costing money. There is no free lunch.
    I stick with the free ones.
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       08 Apr 2015 #38

    badrobot said: View Post
    As I was saying, if Win 10 is forced to be released soon, it can be another Vista and Win 8. Just my opinion.
    And mine!

    Although Windows 10 is shaping up nicely, there are still too many things wrong for an early release.
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       08 Apr 2015 #39

    Wynona said: View Post
    And mine!

    Although Windows 10 is shaping up nicely, there are still too many things wrong for an early release.
    Yeah, it can be fun at times. But it just had to work. I'm tired of hearing the "It's a Tech Preview." excuse. If it's going to be released soon, it should be at least past that stage already. They should be tweaking it up right now and not introducing new concepts which apparently they just realized based on what I've read on the article above (original post).
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       08 Apr 2015 #40

    badrobot said: View Post
    Yeah, it can be fun at times. But it just had to work. I'm tired of hearing the "It's a Tech Preview." excuse. If it's going to be released soon, it should be at least past that stage already. They should be tweaking it up right now and not introducing new concepts which apparently they just realized based on what I've read on the article above (original post).
    Yeah, they just released Project Spartan with 10049 and Internet Explorer was nowhere to be found . . . although it finally showed its ugly head and I captured it for my Quick Launch.

    And Spartan!?!? I'm sorry, but that is one huge mess . . . if they were anywhere near a working copy, we should have had it long ago; right now, it's something I cannot use. I tried, but, well . . .

    As probably everyone knows by now, I'm having problems sticking to the Internet. Last night I did a clean install of Windows 10 Build 10049 and I still can't stick. I even tried the old trick of plugging in the Ethernet cable, but oh, my, my, my! Poor little Build 10049 was more confused than ever. Although I was sticking to the Internet, it took forever and three days for anything online to happen.

    So, if this is what I'll have to look forward to, like a couple of others, I'll just stick with Windows 8.1. At least I'm used to it and it works just fine.

    At least, we have a year to make up our minds, and Service Pack 1 should be ready well before then. That is, if they call it Service Pack still.
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