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    How is windows 10

    I am planning to buy a laptop of windows 10. so I want to know how friendly it is..
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    If you're familiar with Windows 7, Windows 10 is easy to get accustomed to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rlirpa View Post
    If you're familiar with Windows 7, Windows 10 is easy to get accustom to.
    I agree!

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    I agree that there wasn't some huge learning curb to using it. You just won't jump for joy while using it though. There should be no reason to familiarize yourselves with changes to an operating system whose selling point was ease of use.

    I said this back in the mid-to-late 2000s that Microsoft should fire whatever rejected Gnome developer they hired...

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    From a user point of view thw operating system is a little diffrent but nothing that you are going to have an issue with. Just a few new things here and there. What i would take into consideration however is windows ten demand and need for constant updating. It takes huge amounts of data to run an update of a few gigs atleast once a week from my experience , windows ten is also unbearably slow on the internet because so much f the operating system is constantly feding of the line. So if you can tinker and disable the updates to run them say once a month as they are needed for security , and tinker with the settings for certain apps you should be good to go.

    In my opinion windows push for this connectivity has and will cost them a ton of users.

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    I've been using it for a full year now, and while it took me a while to get used to it, I'm happy I made the change.

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    I've finally switched to Windows 8 because I don't like win 10 for many reasons. But you would better try it and decide what fits better personally for you

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    Window 10.

    Window 10 is good version and it is better than window 7.

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    It's a great plan, I think. Windows 10 is a great platform to work with. Windows 7 is easy to use, but when it comes to Windows 8, it becomes a bit confusing. Windows 10 is like both 7 and 8, and is a great experience. I have installed it with my PC. But, you need enough data while connecting it to a network because, Windows 10 gets updates in background. I prefer Windows 10 rather than Windows 7 & 8.

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