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Windows 10

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

  1. Djolovicl

    Djolovicl eTeknix Janitor Forum Mod

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    Maybe it will have the same option Win8 and 8.1 had, the refresh your system thing. I own the win 8 and i hated the fact that i had to always install it first and then upgrade to win 8.1, so this option was really handy. Yes it does take more time to do the first install, but then you just use the "refresh" thing or what ever it is called and system reinstalls itself using the existing serial but not as an upgrade from 8 to 8.1 but as a fresh 8.1 .
     
  2. BakerMan1971

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    sounds, good, I suppose I should get my head on straight and take an image of a completed install, then its just updates and drivers when I do a new setup.
    I am still a bit old school and like to reinstall windows every few months.
     
  3. Mattrulz12

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    Win10 is good, but very buggy at the mo... Going to see what it's like for when it comes out on the 29th of July, if it doesn't get delayed. I will probably dual boot it and see which one I prefer Win7 or Win10.
     
  4. haiquancn2

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    I still prefer the more win7, win new versions often with errors
     
  5. BakerMan1971

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    well windows 10 for me is running, great, I have got used to it now so going back to 7 would feel odd
    in the process of rolling it out at work after having it on my work machine for a month too, I am fairly satisfied that it won't cause me any serious headaches.
     

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