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Last edited by echrada; 01 Aug 2016 at 11:16. Reason: personal
If I park in one of those parking spots when I'm not entitled, then importantly someone else can't park there, and if they have restricted mobility or whatever, it could be a serious issue for them.
If I downloaded Windows 10 by saying I used Assisitive Technology, then I'm not disadvantaging anyone who does use such technologies (except perhaps very indirectly by making their download just that bit slower).
I'm not saying you should promote this technique, but the main problem I have with it is being dishonest.
I think it's a much less serious issue than taking a parking space which I shouldn't.
As an aside, I do wish that Windows 10 had better control of colours. I know people who use pastel shaded colour backgrounds to their windows in Word/ Excel etc. because the reduced makes it easier to read text, for some conditions such as dyslexia. Even I find it helpful sometimes, and some colour schemes I find really hard to look at.
This is really easy to change in Windows 7 or 8, but Windows 10 has a really restrictive range of colours which are mostly keyed to give High Contrast, which is exactly the opposite of what is required in this case.
I think this sort of thing is why Windows 10 will be available to upgrade for longer, hopefully until a point where they put back into Windows 10 some of the controls which were in Windows 7 and 8.
I just used the geniune ticket method to activate Win 10. I used my "swap" drive that has 10586 on it and activated 10 home.
No assistive method needed.
A little off topic.
This is just for information only & I mean no offense to anyone. Just because they can walk, doesn't mean they are not handicap. I have some knee issue & I limp I could possibly get a handicap placard but I don't. They will see me walking but may not be able to tell that I limp.
Now Im confused...
I need to do a clean install, I have upgraded from windows 7 pro to windows 10 pro and have digital entitlement. Does this still mean that I can use the setup app to install windows 10 (skipping the asking for a key section) but choosing not to keep any files or apps - basically start at the beginning with a clean slate? Will it auto activate because of the digital entitlement and Ill be good to go? I am waiting for my laptop to automatically upgrade to the anniversary edition, I intend to do a clean install of that buy doing an esd to iso.
Other questions about the esd to iso process - are the files needed to create the iso deleted by windows when the computer is first restarted for the install upgrade process, I need to do the esd to iso process to save on data download size and I also have a very slow download speed. I have read through the tutorial of esd to iso and it seams pretty straight forward and easy to follow, however one section confuses me and that is step two. In the tutorial at step two, the two options given (in yellow) are "create ISO with stand install.wim or compressed install.esd" - do these create the same iso, if not what is the difference? Another source of confusion is the note by f14tomcat - what does the note mean. fast forward to after the tool is created - how do i start the install process bearing in mind that I want to partition my C drive so that windows 10 is using the entire disk.