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Windows 7 users won\'t let go of the aging OS

 
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PostPosted: Fri May 03, 2019 8:26 am    Post subject: Windows 7 users won't let go of the aging OS Reply with quote

ing out courtesy reminders last month. These contain a link to pages that offer advice on how to prepare for Windows 7's last days and encourage people to upgrade to Windows 10 or buy a new PC....read more
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PostPosted: Fri May 03, 2019 8:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think something needs to be said about this. Windows 10 has made some tangible improvements over its predecessors, but most of those are under the hood kernel performance optimizations/security enhancements that are largely invisible to the average user and for that matter, average use cases.

Unfortunately, most of the noticeable changes in Windows 10 have resulted in a severe downgrade of user experience. The perpetual beta experience being one of them, along with UI changes that make navigating the OS less intuitive (more clicks required), broken features, and just all around dumb things like bundling even the Pro version of the OS with crapware like Candy Crush.

My customers often ask me this question: "Mr Radek, why my 6-7 years old notebook (i3, SSD, 8GB RAM) with Windows 7 Pro + SSD runs much better than new expensive powerfull notebook (i5, SSD, 8GB RAM) with Windows 10 Pro?" It's really hard to exaplain sometime.

Besides try this, take a new installed PC with Windows 10 OS and start it..and..during booting process few times press reset button. The result? Dead OS Smile I want to say, I'm suprised how often Window 10 completely crashes on customer's computers...nothing like Windows 7 which I installed and never heard about customer again many years.
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