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post #21 of 30
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Originally Posted by Zero4549 View Post

This argument will literally never die. Windows 28 will be out and there will still be some nut-jobs complaining about Windows 10 eating their babies. Just leave them be, it is their life and their problem.

I agree - as long as there is something going on, people will have something to complain about.....
post #22 of 30
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Originally Posted by Peter Nixeus View Post

For those that worry about data collection - if you have a free e-mail account like google or any social media account, those all collect data too. If Microsoft tries to snoop at what I'm browsing all they will find is Overclock.net forum stuff and Anime and tech stuff - tongue.gifcheers.gifdrunken.gif
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post #23 of 30
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Originally Posted by Zero4549 View Post

This argument will literally never die. Windows 28 will be out and there will still be some nut-jobs complaining about Windows 10 eating their babies. Just leave them be, it is their life and their problem.

Or Microsoft could actually use their home, professional, and ultimate editions to cater to different demographics. Home for school/library/home usage with all the bloat and whistles, professional for barebones with all common settings in one place, no bloat, and minimalistic settings for server hosting/gaming and etc, then ultimate for businesses/content creators and so fourth with the OS geared towards a work environment/setup

Then in my opinion you'll have an OS for everyone. Windows ten was just not enjoyable at all for me and literally offered nothing to me as a strict gamer/school work. Dx12 is a joke and will hardly be offered in games even when it is I'll use the lowest possible setting for extra frames
Edited by ncck - 7/22/16 at 8:32pm
post #24 of 30
I just wish linux was more viable for gaming. Literally the only reason I even use windows is that I always seem to have 1 or 2 games I can't play on linux. frown.gif Its a much nicer experience using linux than windows all around for me though.
post #25 of 30
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Originally Posted by blaze2210 View Post

Let's straighten this out: EVERY device you use collects data from you....MS just came out and actually told people what they were doing....If you don't like it, just disable it....
Sorry, that's false. Every device does not collect data. And there's no official way to disable it in Windows 10 either.

List of desktop OSs that collect data and don't let you disable it: Windows 10 (and Chrome OS ??)
List of desktop OSs that either don't collect data or let you disable it: all Windows versions up to Windows 8.1, Mac OSX, Linux distros, BSD...

There's a chance that Microsoft will eventually give users a way to disable telemetry, especially now that some institutions are complaining about it, but for now it is what it is.


Also, people might have other legitimate complaints or reasons to not use Windows 10, whether it's bloat, ads, performance, compatibility... it's not that they're all luddites who hate change.


With that said, I do recommend to do the upgrade to get a free license authorized on your PC, in case this won't be possible in the future. That doesn't mean you need to actually start using Windows 10 now, though.
post #26 of 30
Have 0 problems with mouse in W10 now.
It was weird when it released, but after a few fixes etc I feel its no issues at all.
Skipping upgrade because a mouse feels slightly different maybe is just, lol.

Will never go back to W7, no reason at all to use W7.

The data collection point is also kinda moot, W7 have plenty of that already, especially if you install all the updates, and if you use a phone, email, social media accounts etc etc etc.
If you want to live with a tinfoil hat you need to leave the internet, bye smile.gif
post #27 of 30
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Originally Posted by Peter Nixeus View Post

For those that worry about data collection - if you have a free e-mail account like google or any social media account, those all collect data too. If Microsoft tries to snoop at what I'm browsing all they will find is Overclock.net forum stuff and Anime and tech stuff - tongue.gifcheers.gifdrunken.gif
I don't think people realize just how many companies actually collect data about people, or even what the data ready consists of.
Heck, if you use a "rewards" card for a business, that is a form of data collection.
Your isp, phone provider, television provider (they actually collect a lot more data than you would think), all collect data constantly throughout the day, your bank even collects data on you.
To avoid data collection you pretty much have to live off the grid.
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Antec Kuhler 650 ThermalRight True Spirit 140 Power Windows 10 Ultimate 64 bit Samsung 240 HD TOC 
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post #28 of 30
Tbh, people should worry more about the data collection. Not saying you should be overly paranoid or shouldn't use W10, but data collection does/will matter and we should try to prevent it when feasible.

And definitely whine about it. Whining gets too bad a rap.
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post #30 of 30
You can upgrade to win 10 and the install the original version of windows. The win 10 option will still be there in the future.
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