• Windows 10 upgrade

    From Adam Glazener@1:124/5013 to Matt Bedynek on Mon Sep 7 22:48:04 2015
    Adam,

    Saturday September 05 2015 12:09, you wrote to Matthew Munson:

    Windows 10 will be fine! I've been using it with old/new programs 32/64 bit with no problems. Windows 10 is very stable. I've noticed little glitches in Windows 7 eliminated in Windows 10.

    I a 'free' upgrade to Windows 10. So far, I do like it better. It correcte

    problem with wifi interfaces on the laptop. Does irritate me it required a

    upgrade.

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    Matt,

    That's good news. I installed Windows 10 on our uncle's Sony Vaio
    computer which was having problems in Windows 7 with the bluetooth wifi
    and remote printing on VPN. After upgrading to Windows 10 for free,
    his computer has worked great without those problems anymore.
    So far, Windows 10 has been an improvement for all the computers I've
    upgraded at 3 different companies :-)

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  • From TOM WALKER@1:123/140 to ADAM GLAZENER on Tue Sep 8 09:42:00 2015
    Adam,

    Saturday September 05 2015 12:09, you wrote to Matthew Munson:

    Windows 10 will be fine! I've been using it with old/new programs AG>-> AG> 32/64 bit with no problems. Windows 10 is very stable. I've notice AG>-> AG> little glitches in Windows 7 eliminated in Windows 10.

    I a 'free' upgrade to Windows 10. So far, I do like it better. It corre

    problem with wifi interfaces on the laptop. Does irritate me it require

    upgrade.

    ----------------
    Matt,

    That's good news. I installed Windows 10 on our uncle's Sony Vaio AG>computer which was having problems in Windows 7 with the bluetooth wifi AG>and remote printing on VPN. After upgrading to Windows 10 for free,
    his computer has worked great without those problems anymore.
    So far, Windows 10 has been an improvement for all the computers I've AG>upgraded at 3 different companies :-)

    -- Adam G.

    Thanks for the good News. Not wanting to do any advanced beta testing
    for MS I have been holding off on the Free upgrade to a Desktop and
    laptop.
    Sounds like things are going smoothly so it may be time for me
    to jump on the bandwagon

    typo tom
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  • From Alan Zisman@1:123/789 to Adam Glazener on Tue Sep 8 14:30:33 2015
    On 2015-09-07 8:48 PM, Adam Glazener -> Matt Bedynek wrote:
    Adam,

    Saturday September 05 2015 12:09, you wrote to Matthew Munson:

    Windows 10 will be fine! I've been using it with old/new programs
    32/64 bit with no problems. Windows 10 is very stable. I've
    noticed
    little glitches in Windows 7 eliminated in Windows 10.

    I a 'free' upgrade to Windows 10. So far, I do like it better. It
    correcte
    problem with wifi interfaces on the laptop. Does irritate me it
    required a
    upgrade.

    ----------------
    Matt,

    That's good news. I installed Windows 10 on our uncle's Sony Vaio computer which was having problems in Windows 7 with the bluetooth wifi and remote printing on VPN. After upgrading to Windows 10 for free,
    his computer has worked great without those problems anymore.
    So far, Windows 10 has been an improvement for all the computers I've upgraded at 3 different companies :-)


    I've installed Win10 on 3 new very low-end HP Stream 11 laptops (2GB RAM, 32GB SSD,
    Celeron CPU) - update (from Win8.1) went fine, it's a big usability improvement
    over Win8.1.

    I also installed it on an even lower-end Toshiba Encore 2 tablet (1GB RAM, 32 GB SSD, Intel Atom CPU) and then worked fine as well - though when using Desktop mode on the tablet - an interface I prefer (even on the tablet) the keyboard doesn't automatically pop-up as needed.

    Still some awkwardness between new-mode and traditional Windows mode - especially in the Settings app, where basic settings are all done in the new interface, but any 'advanced' settings happen in traditional Control Panel windows.

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