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I was running the nightly Windows 10 builds in VM Ware before it was released to the public. It seems faster than Windows 8, I am running it (Windows 10 Pro) in triple boot with Mac OS and Linux on USB 3.0 keys.I like it, It is taking a little getting use to some of the changes though.... I really would prefer a true Windows 7 Start bar and just leave the tiles for the tablets.
All my old IE favorites did import into edge smoothly.
Unsurprisingly, lots of negative microsoft comments and people threatening to jump ship to Canon But has anyone actually had one who has actually used it regretted upgrading ?
Working in IT I do know that one shouldn't fix something that isn't broke, but on the other hand I do have to check out new stuff, part of the job :-)So, last night I thought I'd might just update my brand new HP workstation, where I have no crazy odd hardware installed, just standard certified hardware from HP except for a 8TB extra HD and my Wacom...Everything went sooth except for one small hick-up... I got stuck at 800x600 resolution and no way to change it.. oh, well at least the restore back to Win7 went really fast and everything worked just as it was before I tried the upgrade.I didn't expect that HP and Nvidia hardware would have caused any problems, I'd expect I might struggle with the wacom or something, but not this..Naturally I could have been more patient and tried to fix it, but when Nvidia hadn't released a newer driver than the one I had I had no patience as I did have photos to edit, I can use all day at work to figure out things that needs to be fixed on computers, but at home I have worse patience that my users at work do :-)