I= whs post #195
I don't think we can make a 'one fits all' recommendation.
I think that statement hit the nail on the head.
Even a dumb bunny like me will make a decision on what W-10 brings to the table that I want or think I need.
Reading this forum and the Ten Fourm and trying W-10 will help me to make that decision.
I have pretty well nail down the things I don't need or like about W-10 now I'm hoping to find all the things I like about W=10.
One thing I'm positive about.
I will not give up a W-7 COA for a free W-10.
I know Microsoft says that I can go back to W-7 and not loose my COA key but I'm not trusting the new Microsoft Non-Genuine (counterfeit) company.
So if I do choose to add W-10 to one of my choices for a operating system their will have to be a way I can buy or use it without risking one of my W-7 COA keys.
Don't give up on W-10 it's still in the kitchen and has not been put on the table as a finished meal for all those that are hungry.
We all are just cooks in the kitchen tasting W-10 before it's served to the dinner guest.
The head chief is Microsoft and just might have some new ideas that many of us just might like.
I do notice (this is my opinion) that the post about W-10 and W-7 are more of a discussion.
Compared to W-8 that was more of a bare knuckle brawl.
So things are getting better.