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Windows 7: Re:Back to 7 from 10, Openning Old Wounds

28 Aug 2015   #1
DustyV

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Re:Back to 7 from 10, Openning Old Wounds

I went back to Win 7 after deciding that Win 10 just didn't fit my needs. After researching and experimenting I got 7 going correctly. I just found another item that needs to be discussed and fixed (if possible). Windows update seems to be working fine if done manually. The Windows Update page still has the "Upgrade to Win 10" on the windows update opening screen. It does have the option to "show all updates" so I can do the updates manually but I rather just have the original Win update screen. Any ideas?
As usual, comments or flames welcomed
Tnx,
Dusty


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28 Aug 2015   #2
Ztruker

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