Originally Posted by wolfej
I don't see how you could say it's "definitely more responsive" as I've done two clean installs of both and it's either identical or so close to being negligible that it's not even worth discussing. Neither is "definitely" more responsive than the other with my 2600k.
Listen, running anything on a 2600K isn't going to be slow no matter if it's the dreaded 10 or any other future release down the road.
Try installing the latest version of 10 onto a P3 Pentium then chime in here on OCN and let us know what real frozen molasses looks like, when it runs on really old hardware and not on anything released recently.
Love that old adage by Redmond, that it runs great on "OLD" hardware yet more than half the population on Earth have ancient PC systems running in 2016 and I don't mean Z97 chipsets here.