can i?, 29 Jul 2015After 1 year can i go back to win 7 if i dont like win 10.?its like you saying if you can go back to your ex after a year shes been with CT Fletcher...
AnonD-294887, 29 Jul 2015It is. It's interesting that people are worried about those privacy issues on windows, yet use... moreDid you happen to see the "keystrokes" part? What kind of OS has a built in keylogger? Don't even get me started on the rest of the issues on the 2nd screenshot and the inconstant UI.
Anonymous, 29 Jul 2015O_o is this legit?It is. It's interesting that people are worried about those privacy issues on windows, yet use android with google play services without any qualms.
The bitlocker key being backed up to the cloud automatically is hilarious, but then, if you use bitlocker, you only have yourself to blame.
ithehappy, 29 Jul 2015Yeah, been using the Enterprise edition for last 3 days and so many bugs, so so many. Should'v... moreI'm tempted to ask what kind of company moves to a new OS on release date?
Any reasonable IT department knows why this is the worst thing you could possibly do, so I'm kind'a curious here.
I haven't received the update notification, but thankfully there is the Windows Media Creation Tool.
Yeah, been using the Enterprise edition for last 3 days and so many bugs, so so many. Should've stuck with Seven, until all these annoying things are fixed.
Windows 10 is an unfinished product. MS took their time, and they couldn't even bake it properly! Utterly disappointing.
Anonymous, 29 Jul 2015Yes all that is true I've been running Windows 10 since January. What is scary is I hardly not... moreThis can be the best OS by as country mile, seeing all the privacy issues over there, I'm not letting this thing touch my hardware
Guess what? I followed the steps and it says,"downloading windows 10".
Yulenka, 29 Jul 2015I'll stick with Windows 7. Situation seems to be even worse than W8's. https://i.imgur.co... moreYes all that is true I've been running Windows 10 since January. What is scary is I hardly notices any design improvements. There is still two "about" pages in settings (or one of the three availabe settings windows, each with its own design language), text sometimes get grainy for no reason (especially in the new listboxes, such as viewing availabe wifi connections),text and some graphics get clipped everywhere in the UI. Apart from that, I still feel it is a lot more intuitive than windows 8, and faster and cleaner than windows 7. But what baffles me most is the level of retardation required for bugs such as this to slip through, after so long, even with the insider program pointing it out.
Anonymous, 29 Jul 2015Same problem here. The updates are super slow to install.It's your computer. Mine was fast to download and install. Time for an upgrade, bud.
Competition at work. Microsoft should thank Google and Apple in particular. Without it and them there would be no Skype on Windows, no Cortana, no Microsoft cloud, no online Office, no new browser, no Bing, etc, etc, etc. The upgrade would consist of reinstating the Start menu so it could be removed in the next upgrade. So there is room for another upgrade to put it back. I'll stick to Linux.
Anonymous, 29 Jul 2015updates are super slow to install, not download. and I got better internet speed than you.Same problem here. The updates are super slow to install.
Anonymous, 29 Jul 2015O_o is this legit?Yes, SOME of those tracking features can be disabled if you install the Enterprise SKU. However, Enterprise is available only in volume licensing.
As for the design inconsistency, well, MS released once more a beta version as RTM.
So my windows 10 update Icon disappeared all of a sudden from the icon tray... anyone else know why? or is this happening to anyone else?
I have the surface pro 3.