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Discussion in 'Windows Software' started by Michael Petersen, Nov 15, 2014.

  1. Michael Petersen

    Michael Petersen New Member

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    Has anyone tried the windows 10 Developers version? If so is it worse or better than 8 as far as UI goes? (Not including the bugs.)
     
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    Djolovicl eTeknix Janitor Forum Mod

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  3. Michael Petersen

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    Sick, thanks for the link. Might consider a dual boot myself.
     
  4. Aruffell

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    Worth a try and dual boot seems the way to go if you don't have a separate test machine. Give it a go and check out that other thread :)
     
  5. revolverz

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    huh, you may test it or use it as your main system if you have no privacy concerns
     
  6. a2_oOo

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    Tried doing multiboot, installed successfully but when I try to boot from previous win 8.1, started crashing, win 10 ruined boot file.
     
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    I went from XP Pro to Win 7 Pro. I did not like the whole Tablet feel to 8.1 and am seeing that 10 looks to be a mix of both. any one know if the win 10 software is more like 7 or 8.1? I just havent seen enough to warrant the change right away, at least not yet anyway. just a personal choice so far, Guess i will have to wait till its been out a while before being sure.
     
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    i tested 8 and 10 and personally i thought 10 was a bit nicer/better.
    I'm still using windows 7 though lol.
     
  9. Sephiroth_Omen

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    Seriously anxious to try this Windows when it launches definitely :)
     
  10. Shiny_Valkyrie

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    Love all the features that are being implemented in this new Windows, I wanted to try out Technical Preview but I'll wait to try it out when it's fully developed to a stable final version =D
     
  11. Azure_Death

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    It will be the best Windows ever. Despite Windows Vista, every upgrade was awesome and better in every aspect =) Can't wait for it
     
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    Ummm... Windows 2000, Me, 8, 8.1
     
  13. Andreas

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    Its all good
     
  14. Azure_Death

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    Except Windows 2000 and Me, Windows 8 and 8.1 for me are great, currently using Windows 8.1 and no problem whatsoever =)
     
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    I enjoyed using Windows 7. One of the best. But since Windows 8.1 was released, I switched over. With Classic Shell running to bring the class look of the start menu back. I can't see a lot of difference between 7 and 8.1 but I hope Windows 10 will be even better.

    I've tested it in the past on my Panasonic FZ-G1 tablet, it works a treat.
     
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    I think Microsoft has a sequence when it comes to new OSs. Have a look at this:
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    Windows XP - Good
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    So Windows 10 should be the good one, unless 9 was meant to be and they purposefully skipped it out
     
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    You forgot Windows Millennium :p
     
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    Good, but many bugs
     
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    Millennium...... My god that was terrible! I'd rather use Windows 98.
     
  20. delware

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    How stable is Win10 for Gaming and everyday use?
     

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