Windows 10: Upcoming changes to Windows 10 Insider Preview builds [UPDATED 6/22] Insider

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       23 Jun 2015 #101

    Gary said: View Post
    Full of What Wynona? That post was sort of made in fun. You know to lighten things up. I along with many others are tired of the way that MS is adding to the confusion every time Gabe makes a Tweet. I do get it, I just want a stable OS so I will just sit back and wait.
    And you made me laugh out loud for the second time in an hour or so, Gary. I was just saying you're just full of the jokes. Sorry I didn't make it clear enough. The "now you get it, now you don't" comment was meant as "now you get Windows 10 free, now you don't".
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       23 Jun 2015 #102

    groze said: View Post
    All,

    I like the this from computer world

    Both Insider and Current Branch will thus play the role of lab rat for Current Branch for Business users, testing updates before they're released to Microsoft's most important customers: enterprises. Without a suitable number of Insiders, that plan is in trouble, and bugs that should have been caught will instead worm their way onto hundreds of millions of consumer PCs, creating a PR and fix-it-fast nightmare. Or worse, corporate machines get a buggy update, or more accurately, a buggier update than Microsoft intended, a risk enterprise-dependent Redmond simply can't afford.
    How do computer world know how many Insiders will carry on testing? Have they confirmed with Microsoft that too many Insiders have quit following the news they won't get a free OS to cause problems?
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       23 Jun 2015 #103

    Gary said: View Post
    I agree with this. A company such as Microsoft should be able to communicate exactly what they mean and not incomplete information.
    They did communicate exactly what they meant, it's how some people interpreted it that became the problem.

    Gary said: View Post
    MS has been in the game long enough to know better. MS would be much better off having all of their employees get off of Twitter and maybe hire someone with a communications background that can communicate exactly what they mean.
    MS would be better off if people didn't read what they wanted into 144 characters.
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       23 Jun 2015 #104

    Boozad said: View Post
    They did communicate exactly what they meant, it's how some people interpreted it that became the problem.



    MS would be better off if people didn't read what they wanted into 144 characters.
    No they did not, if so then why did they edit it??
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       23 Jun 2015 #105

    Gary said: View Post
    No they did not, if so then why did they edit it??
    Do you mean editing out the 'will remain activated' part?
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       23 Jun 2015 #106

    Boozad said: View Post
    How do computer world know how many Insiders will carry on testing? Have they confirmed with Microsoft that too many Insiders have quit following the news they won't get a free OS to cause problems?
    But they will as long as they keep in the program. Anyone that update to Win 10 will get it for free.
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       23 Jun 2015 #107

    Boozad said: View Post
    Do you mean editing out the 'will remain activated' part?
    That plus all of the past misinformation. The incomplete tweets...etc..
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       23 Jun 2015 #108

    Gary said: View Post
    That plus all of the past misinformation. The incomplete tweets...etc..
    What misinformation? Every build so far has been activated, every single one. So if you stay an Insider you get exactly the same build that people who go RTM will get and it will be activated, just like all of the previous builds. When a new build is ready you will get it and it will be activated. Not that difficult to understand really, it's the interpretation that matters.
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       23 Jun 2015 #109

    Gary said: View Post
    Boozad said:
    How do computer world know how many Insiders will carry on testing? Have they confirmed with Microsoft that too many Insiders have quit following the news they won't get a free OS to cause problems?
    But they will as long as they keep in the program. Anyone that update to Win 10 will get it for free.
    I don't follow that answer sorry.
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  10.    23 Jun 2015 #110

    Wynona said: View Post
    Who knows, Paul. But if it were me, if I thought I would later want to rejoin the Insider Program, I wouldn't leave it in the first place.
    Thanks for info

    Only reason I dropped out was the 12+ hour to download each build, this should be resolved later in the year when my BB gets better, so thinking of joining back up then

    *I am still in the insider program, just not downloaded last couple of builds, so mine have expired
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