Heed my advice do not upgrade to Windows 10 yet

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August 19, 2015 at 08:50:13
Specs: Windows 10, intel i7 @2.40ghz
do no get windows 10 yet all the hype is not for persnal computer
if you are using a small tablet with a touch screen or a cell phone windows 10 will probaly work fine but for a high demand and multiple tasks system it slows down the cpu pegs out and programs crash if you run one program and no others it seems to work for a while the control panel still has windows 7 restore feature and there has done been several updates since it has been released to the public a update is to patch a problem when you place a patch on a patch the reliability starts to dropping this is the problem i have had with win 8, and win 8.1 now this is the results of the last patch of win 10
windows update on the 8/15/15 would not install I tried 3 times used windows updater to see if any problems still no results call help desk they could not resolve problem had to wait until 8/18/15 for tech 2 to call he worked on it for 2 hours had to uninstall my avg anti virus /firewall now I can not get it installed I got to call avg to install it just because an unneeded update windows10.0-kb3081438-x64_a51f14406f23fcd8f2a323df6090fe9c98bf5981 the updates need to be changed so they can be manually installed and so you can hide the ones that do not want to install when you are running a program and windows tries to download updates that do not install they slow the system down and crashes your program there is no way to turn off updates except going in to the system 32 folder and locking the updater which should not have to be done so please send out a system repair to reconfigure windows update so that it can be switched to manual or auto with the option to hide updates that does not install properly because you should not have to uninstall a program to get the updates to install it should be no effort to install a update not like trying putting a square peg in a round hole please rectify this problem as soon as possible because I do not want to modify my system to not receive updates but if it is necessary I will do so I am posting this on my face book page also they need to go back to win xp and examine what they had right and make an os for individual devices instead of trying to one fit all and having a way to monitor how you use it please share this with all your friends so that we the users can get a reliable windows system

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August 19, 2015 at 09:55:24
This may not be a solution for you but one website reported that Windows 10 has been installed on 67 million devices as of yesterday - obviously without the type of glitches you described.

i_Xp/Vista/W7/W10 User


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#2
August 19, 2015 at 10:08:55
Too late! I've been running Windows 10 for ages, and I love it.

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#3
August 19, 2015 at 11:03:24
I ran the preview version for a while just to get a feel for it. But I've always been suspicious because Microsoft has never given away anything for free, so it seems there must be a hidden cost - our privacy? As more & more reports come in, it appears that it spies on just about everything you do & then phones it home to M$ or its affiliates. It can also disable any pirated games found on the system & I've seen reports about it not allowing torrent clients to work either.

Yes, much of the spying can be disabled & there are work-arounds surfacing for other issues, but will the majority of users do it? Mostly likely not...& that's what Microsoft is counting on. And even if the spy features are disabled, Win10 phones home anyway.

Even when told not to, Windows 10 just can’t stop talking to Microsoft

Windows 10 is watching YOU: Fans rage over Microsoft 'big brother spy software'

Windows 10 updates can disable pirated games and counterfeit hardware

From the EULA: “We will access, disclose and preserve personal data, including your content (such as the content of your emails, other private communications or files in private folders), when we have a good faith belief that doing so is necessary...”

What are they going to do with all this data? It's being collected for a reason & I doubt it's solely for bettering the OS or for targeted advertising. IMO, it's too early to make the jump to Win10. Let the hackers & the software geeks have at it for a while. I'm sure they'll find ways of bypassing everything & will probably come up with a Win10 Lite version without all the spyware.


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#4
August 21, 2015 at 13:09:30
In the old days we used to say never upgrade, always install a complete new operating system. Maybe that is some folks problem.

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks


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