Originally Posted by MadRabbit
If they are saying that Win10 update broke their hardware, pretty much.
As well as for the automatic update, this will go on and on and on forever. Some say it did some say it didnt. I, personally, have yet to see one PC that was updated without consent but Im sure there are people who have seen otherwise.
I think that's the only remotely legit argument to be made here. Unauthorized upgrading or "trickery" to upgrade.
There's been a few confirmed incidents like the re-assigning of that the "X" button did and in some instances,, removing the option for "remind me later/no" and instead replace it with "upgrade later".
Hardware damage is going to be really damn hard to prove that Win 10 upgrade was the culprit.
Originally Posted by Ziglez
Windows 10 is a good OS, i find it much smoother and quicker than 7, at the start it was a bit iffy though, i remember having a lot of issues with nvidia drivers causing black screens.
Win 10 would be good if M$ would fix the damn bugs...I mean the DX9 memory allocation bug has existed since windows 8.1 and it STILL hasn't been fixed...Edited by DIYDeath - 4/4/17 at 1:08pm