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Post by MDYoungblood » Friday, 18 September 2015, 18:37 PM

Hey Guys,
I've had the "Free Windows 10" icon on my PC's toolbar and I'm curious to know who has downloaded the new OS and is using it. Also what problems have you encountered and how do you like it. Bet I'm not the only one interested in this upgrade.

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Post by Bombero » Friday, 18 September 2015, 19:54 PM

Hey..

I loaded windows 10 on my desktop a few weeks ago.

The only issue I had was it wasn't playing nice with my HRD program which after I reconfigured it...works great.

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Post by southwind » Friday, 18 September 2015, 21:08 PM

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Post by Buzzweiser » Saturday, 19 September 2015, 3:52 AM

I still have Windows 8.1 here on this machine but I have been using Windows 10 at work. We were using Windows 7 at work then the IT folks from Germany came in an upgraded everything to 10 and so far I really haven't had any issues at work. Granted I don't use my work computer like I do this one, but for business work it seems pretty good. It's more like Windows 7 than 8 or 8.1 is. It's easier to navigate your apps than the 8 versions were and they did fix to a point being able to get to a certain apps settings without having to go back to control panel. They also are trying to streamline it to function more like OSX but still need to go farther to get there.
I haven't been a big fan of Win 8 or 8.1 and like you I liked 7 better. I do think that Win 10 is much better than the 8's but I'm still going to wait until the last minute to upgrade just so they get as many bug fixes ironed out as possible. Since you're still using 7 I think your transition to 10 will be smoother than anyone switching from the 8's but you may want to wait for the same reasons as I am. Although from what I've read in reviews there hasn't been too many issues turn up so far with 10. Of course from my readings on the subject they haven't had that mass exodus of users switching just yet. I figure that will change around the holidays when folks get a lot of new toys set-up with 10 already. Then we might see if there's cause for quick bug fixes or not. Hope this helps.
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Post by 543FtWorth » Saturday, 19 September 2015, 7:04 AM

My laptop had 8 and then 8.1. I took the free 10 upgrade and am glad I did. At first it ran very slow and one day wouldn't boot up at all...just a black screen and sometimes a cursor. Finally after several restarts it gave me an oops message, reconfigured some things and did more updates. It did this once again about a week later. Now that that's all over with it has been running great for a month or two. If I had windows 7 I wouldn't upgrade to 10 but I really hated 8.


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Post by MDYoungblood » Saturday, 19 September 2015, 7:44 AM

I agree with if I had Windows 8 or 8.1 I wouldn't have even started this topic, they are both slugs, I would have jumped on the free upgrade but I have Windows 7 pro and I'm very happy with it, I'm just feeling everyone out on whither it would be worth doing the upgrade.

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Post by barefoothank » Saturday, 19 September 2015, 8:00 AM

I have read something about forced updates playing havoc on your drivers but maybe that's an issue for homebuilts or gaming machines, not really sure. I ran my xp online right up to the cutoff date and now I just use it for other stuff, running 7 on this one. I also had a laptop w/8.1 but gave that to my niece.
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Post by Balendor » Saturday, 19 September 2015, 20:52 PM

One thing to remember is that old operating systems like Windows 7 will stop getting updates at some point and then become a security hazard. By upgrading now why its free to do so with Windows 10 you save yourself some money. I have been running Windows 10 for a few months now with few issues. But over all its been good.

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Post by MDYoungblood » Friday, 30 October 2015, 18:44 PM

Well I went ahead and used the upgrade two weeks ago, it was painless, everything is working, drivers automatically updated to Windows 10, still got configure "one drive", figure out the app store (need to make a Microsoft account to use it), and my video card needs to be updated (it's just old).
I'll let everyone know if anything develops as I get to using it more and more.

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Post by Stoneman » Friday, 30 October 2015, 20:35 PM

I been backing away from clicking that 10 on the laptop as well...Few that I know that did, wished they didn't..Guess everyone is different..

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Post by silvereagle1 » Friday, 30 October 2015, 21:03 PM

Upgraded to 10 tonight from 8.1 and so far I don't like it. My laptop is only 7 months old and worked fine. With the upgrade and 3 hours into it it's already froze up once and Is slow with lag. My rail simulator has lag time now too. I don't like change anyway. I'll give it a few days and see if there's any additional updates for it to smooth out the wrinkles. If not It has a 30 day window to revert back to 8.1 button.
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Post by jessejamesdallas » Saturday, 31 October 2015, 9:07 AM

upgraded from windows 8.1 back when it first came available, and only problem I have ran into is when using Google Earth it sometimes wants to freeze-up and you have to close the app and and re-open it...May have to remove Google Earth and re-down load it, but most of the time it works just fine.
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Post by MDYoungblood » Saturday, 31 October 2015, 10:19 AM

I will note that you need twice as much RAM as the spec says, my Win7Pro on this desktop ran about 20% ram all the time and the Win10 is running 35% and the cpu is looping at 15 to 20%.

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Post by 543FtWorth » Monday, 02 November 2015, 20:25 PM

Just rebuilt my old desktop with windows10. 8 gig ram (have room to upgrade to 16) and 4.2 gig amd quad core processor. It runs very well and has improved my opinion of 10. The laptop I have is about double the minimum requirements and works ok but this new machine is nice.

The only thing about 10 is some older games are not compatible. I really don't play them anymore so it's not a big deal. I could have partitioned the hard drive and had XP and windows 10 but you are supposed to install the older version first and I'm going to leave it as is.

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543FtWorth wrote:Just rebuilt my old desktop with windows10. 8 gig ram (have room to upgrade to 16) and 4.2 gig amd quad core processor. It runs very well and has improved my opinion of 10. The laptop I have is about double the minimum requirements and works ok but this new machine is nice.

The only thing about 10 is some older games are not compatible. I really don't play them anymore so it's not a big deal. I could have partitioned the hard drive and had XP and windows 10 but you are supposed to install the older version first and I'm going to leave it as is.
Check and see if their aren't any patches for those games. I can play Halo CE on 10 after patching. Even with low end current tech (Dual core CPU +4Gb DDR3 RAM) Halo just flies compared to the old stuff.

I'm loving Windows 10 on the Lenovo that was given to me recently. K330A with i3 2100 Dual core 3.1 GHz. I added a Corsair CX430 PSU, Gigabyte Windforce GTX960, 8GB RAM (12GB total) and a Cryorig H7 CPU cooler. 120GB SSD and 1TB HDD are in the mail. Original HDD was toast so I installed an 80GB HDD and installed 10 using the 7 COA with no problems whatsoever. This Comp is't exactly high performance but it vastly outperforms anything else I've had to date.

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Nice. So far I haven't had any problems, I do over tax the CPU and memory often. I do now keep a lot of stuff on external drives and mainly the only thing on the computer HD is the operating system.

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120GB Silicon Power S60 SSD and Toshiba 1TB HDD installed. Boot time is now 16-19 seconds. I definitely recommend an SSD to anyone looking to speed up their PC. Mine was not even a high quality SSD, but it is heaps faster than the old HDD.
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The clock is running out for the free upgrade if you have win 7 or newer, think in July you will have the buy it and service updates for win 7 stop.

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Post by Grinder74 » Wednesday, 06 April 2016, 16:49 PM

My computer quit after a few months after I went to 10. I got the reboot cycle that a few people got. Now I'm going back to 7 or 8.

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Grinder74 wrote:My computer quit after a few months after I went to 10. I got the reboot cycle that a few people got. Now I'm going back to 7 or 8.
I have installed 10 on an OEM Lenovo, an OEM Dell, and a homebuilt with a "Windows 7 compatible" motherboard, all with no issues. I understand sometimes there are issues, but are you sure it was not dying hardware such as an old HDD? Ive also heard of systems having some bugs, but getting worked out after a couple updates. Sorry it didn't work out for you.
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The computer ran fine before the "upgrade". Works fine on wife's computer. I liked it but out of nowhere it would shut down.
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Post by 1-Daddy-57 » Thursday, 07 April 2016, 18:03 PM

Upgraded to 10 in December on our new Windows 8 machine. No problems at all. Installed Linux Mint on our old XP machine, have not had major problems with either one.

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Post by jon6667 » Wednesday, 17 August 2016, 12:12 PM

ive been running 10 since it came out.
no problems with it as of yet.i just dont like the fact. microsoft is watching everything you do. not a fan of them doing this. but hell it was free. i can go back to 8.1 i have it on a flash drive.

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Post by jon6667 » Friday, 12 January 2018, 10:51 AM

ive gone back to windows 7 pro.was having issues with 10.

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Post by 295 antenna » Friday, 12 January 2018, 11:14 AM

stay with what you got. I downloaded windows 10 and it has alot of issues ,like you cant stop it from updating and updates are prone to changing settings on your pc . i had vista on my pc so i pretty much had to change and i really dont like it .
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Post by MDYoungblood » Friday, 12 January 2018, 14:12 PM

I guess the best thing to do with Windows 10 is the back up and save everything on an external harddrive then totally wipe the operating system and reinstall it again. I did this after discovering 2 viruses and the computer is running so much faster again.

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Guess I'm the odd one out...I have 10, and never had any issues...
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Post by jon6667 » Saturday, 13 January 2018, 10:50 AM

cant play older games on 10. main reason i went back to 7 pro

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First let me say this, I am not a Windows fan in the first place. As a software developer by profession, I prefer to use a variant of the Linux operating system. That said, a few years back I got a new laptop for Christmas, that came with WIndows 8 on it....and normally I strip the OS off and build up from the bottom with Linux. On this laptop, I was unable to remove Windows as, it voided the warranty!!!! (Service centers/techs HAVE to use an OS familiar to them to troubleshoot, so they insist that Windows stay on.)
SO I went dual boot and continued using Linux. When the Win10 Free upgrade came out, my oldest son kindly came and lectured me on where Microsoft is trying to go with their OS and it made sense, so I started using it for a few things.

The numbrer one biggest problem I have with it....is ACTUALLY caused by HOW I use it.......which is..... INFREQUENTLY!

The problem is that, I spend most of my time in Linux.... maybe several months without going into Windows at all. Because of that, when I DO boot to Win10... it has a LOT OF administrative and update-wise catching up to do!!! It always takes forever to check everything in the universe before it quits getting in the way, it used to INSIST on putting updates in RIGHT NOW (which I did get turned off.... now I approve when it does updates!). I have learned though .... that if I boot into it and just let it sit overnight.... or a day or so..... it becomes MUCH easier to get along with. Because once it is done with it's startup processing....it is pretty easy to deal with.... and quicker at what it does.

I actually kind of like the "tiles" based facility for installing/using installed software.... it requires a little knowledge to set up.... I agree... but once you get it set up.... a grandparent can use it to start anything they want. Just click on a picture...and boom you are in to the app. I tend to have a harder time than most as I am more technical then some people...and want to control everything. If you use it like a regular human being type user.... it behaves great.

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Post by Beachbum24 » Friday, 06 July 2018, 8:15 AM

Pretty much agree with everything Bobcat said. Although i don't use Linux as much as i used to. I do still have Kali on my laptop. I had also started with win 7 pro, which was great. Then switched to win 8 & 8.1, which i did not like at all. All i use now is win 10. And yes, it's easy enough for just about anybody. One thing people seem to have left out is "Cortana" that allows you to speak to your pc rather than the old fashion way of typing. You can read up on it here
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Post by MDYoungblood » Friday, 06 July 2018, 15:01 PM

It seems that I have so much junk running on my PC it gets bogged down so I wipe the harddrive and start over with a fresh win 10 pro install, computer runs great afterward for at least several months, then do it all over again. Just glad my other computers are Mac's, haven't had to wipe one clean yet unless it goes up on the auction block.

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