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i hope not, the creators update screwed up 90% of my games and origin no longer detects any of my games. microsoft can keep their trash updates.

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whatever update to 1607 i got last night broke my os install, i cant even get to a recovery screen without getting a machine exception check.

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Pretty much. Why do major Windows updates always seem to break everything? I was really hoping the creators update wouldn't be like the ones that came before but I still had to spend hours afterwards getting all my stuff working properly again.

Also, why doesn't Windows warn you before it randomly decides to install new drivers in the background? Twice now I've had it update graphics drivers while I was playing a game, the 2nd instance causing a BSOD and rendering the OS unable to boot. I had to make a recovery flash drive to fix it. It's completely unacceptable.

Well, they are not updates. They are full reinstalls with updates biggrin.gif It's like reinstalling windows onto your current install. Worked best to raise dead XP installs back to life. After vista, they even put an option to do it from OS and named it "refresh/ restore/ reset" :O
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well hopefully they will make winblows 10 less invasive every update
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if I could play all my games from linux i'd switch in a heartbeat.

thats the only thread holding me to windows anymore, im sick and tired of compatability issues and fighting with uefi to install the os, especially on asus boards.

TIL some people play all 400 games on their steam account at once and somehow manage to have space for all of them
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Same with iOS vs Android. You don't like to use your phone the way apple tells you, buy Android. You don't like Microsoft's policy on W10? You will rage when they will discontinue other OS-es? Have no fear, Linux is there for you!

linux isn't practical for 90% of windows users. IT simply can't compete with ease of use, and lets not even mention games.

90% of users use adobe software, CAD software, or some other software that they've managed to chain themselves to because no practical alternative exists?
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Thats a little bit exaggeration, the majority of users are watching youtube, FB, reading e-mails, etc... In these cases linux is pretty much user friendly and in most cases the install process too. Yeah its still has a long way to go but its not as unfriendly as many people thinks it is.

You underestimate how stupid the general population is...

Mint is wonderful for the average Facebook and Twitter warrior.

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Mint is wonderful for the average Facebook and Twitter warrior.
I don't know, most people I know throw a fit going from Windows 7 to 10, let alone having a different shell and not being able to use staple products like Microsoft Office (I mean the desktop application one, not web based... they'd probably throw a fit for that too tongue.gif).
    
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Mint is wonderful for the average Facebook and Twitter warrior.
I don't know, most people I know throw a fit going from Windows 7 to 10, let alone having a different shell and not being able to use staple products like Microsoft Office (I mean the desktop application one, not web based... they'd probably throw a fit for that too tongue.gif).

This is normal, people generally speaking don't like change but Mint is made especially for people like this. Even clicking the Windows key brings up the start menu in Mint and it's organised in such a way that it resembles Windows. But as it's not Windows most people will have a hard time adjusting.

 

Initially I detested Linux due to it being so different but as Linux has progressed and evolved Mint has become a nice OS to use.

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What need to be, is to let Windows be more of a open source where we can fix our own issues. I mean there are many games that went that route to when there wasn't a sold fix folks rebuilt it. I think we all know that MSDOS & Window has been a patch from the get go, that should have gone back to scratch but just shoved fingers into the leaks etc.

As of this morning I booted to BSOD So I see Windows is attempting to wipe out my remaining drives so in short I believe the intent here is for me not to have any computers that work.

With the Creator/MS GOD concept these guys are genetic pirates destroying thus far four drives of data thus far. No I tried to recover them but no go. I can't tell you how many games programs and personal items that I lost from this circus product.

Again it isn't me, it isn't my machine, it isn't the hard drive/s it is MS product that is the defect. MS is a bunch of ill programming schemers wanting to control all aspects, but make us pay for it at the same time.

Hey Microsoft wake up... at the rate your going someone else could make a new operating system that works as easy and put you to rest. There is NEVER going to be any solid operating system that won't have bugs or issues, holes etc. The thing is giving enough time one can learn to watch for problems and know if the system has been exploited.

For the most part it isn't even safe to use the web for checking emails or banking or ordering. If it isn't a phish or exploit in the operating system or a antivirus/tool to detect such having a flaw or the site you intend to use has been compromised it is all stacked against users, and is a matter of time.

In fact someone on the inside like Social Security, or Amazon, Credit Bureaus or other huge agency's that have already been hacked and data ripped off of sensitive data that can ruin a person/s or business.

All fun till it happens to you.

MS remember the creator of this system took it from the git go..
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As of this morning I booted to BSOD So I see Windows is attempting to wipe out my remaining drives so in short I believe the intent here is for me not to have any computers that work.

With the Creator/MS GOD concept these guys are genetic pirates destroying thus far four drives of data thus far. No I tried to recover them but no go. I can't tell you how many games programs and personal items that I lost from this circus product.

Again it isn't me, it isn't my machine, it isn't the hard drive/s it is MS product that is the defect. MS is a bunch of ill programming schemers wanting to control all aspects, but make us pay for it at the same time.

 

Windows wiping drives. That is... Well I was gonna say the first time I see it happen, but I've seen lots of people claim it, but mysteriously nobody has proof of it.

 

Data loss blamed on Windows, sorry, I am not having that. Not without proof anyway. Did you lose a drive? Filesystem corruption? MBR corruption? What was the issue? Data doesn't get lost because Windows bluescreens or because there was an update.

 

People LOVE making such claims with very vague details and no proof as if it was the end-all.

 

And at any rate, if you lost important data and had zero redundancy solutions... I don't have much sympathy for you.

   
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And at any rate, if you lost important data and had zero redundancy solutions... I don't have much sympathy for you.

Does Steve Ballmer sign your cheques? upsidedwnsmiley.gif

But this basically. If your data exists in just one place, you do not care about it, because that can instantly become zero places.
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That's right, only pro M$py posts are permitted. Posts like the above, stating that this 'update' broke their OS are not permissible rolleyes.gif
How about neither of these incredible fanboys post here? Yes you can point it out stuff breaks but the whole M$py thing you always do ain't much better.

Personally so far nothing broke with my system since the update.
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Does Steve Ballmer sign your cheques? upsidedwnsmiley.gif

 

Yeah, with their money and my AMD shill dollars I just built a new computer :thumb:

   
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