Discussion in 'General Software' started by 1031982, Dec 12, 2015.
I hated W10 at first as a W7 user but now I think it's pretty good when you get used to it.
I was 'forced' to upgrade to Win10 just because the free upgrade promotion is going to end. I didn't feel any significant difference between Win 8.1 and Win 10 other than the start menu and the lack of "Charm Bar" which I gotten used to it after awhile.
I don't like Windows 10, that's my choice is Windows 7
There are comparability issues when Windows 10 first came out. At least with AutoCAD. After a few updates, now the problem was gonna. it runs well on my old laptop. Plus, you can easily reset login password if signed in with Microsoft account, which would be horrible on Windows 7.
If running in Windows 7 , consequences inconceivable,
I have recently updated to Fall Creator's Update. Some minor improvements in MS Edge, but more annoying ads, which can be disabled for the Start menu.
Microsoft forced me to upgrade (free) to Windows 10, but I'm not comfortable with it. I want to revert back to Windows 7. For downgrading the Windows OS, do I have to format my C drive and install Windows 7 or is there any other alternative. Please advise.
Try this. If you don't get these options, I think formatting your hard drive is your only good option left.
1. Open Start Menu, and search and open Settings.
2. In the Settings app, find and select Update & security.
3. Select Recovery.
4. Select Go back to Windows 7 or Go back to Windows 8.1.
5. Select Get started button, and it will revert your computer to an older version
Win 10 also boots slower. Because it takes around 3 minutes before it lets me start anything after getting to the desktop. Win 7 was worlds better but now Im stuck with 10 because I dont want to use days and days for setting everything up to win 7 again.
Win 8 and 10 are supposed to boot faster than Win 7 because it has Fast Boot feature. If it doesn't boot faster, something must be wrong with your machine. If you have a clean Win 10 install, I'm pretty sure it will boot in less than 30 secs, especially if you have SSD.
If properly setup-ed, Windows 10 boots faster than Windows 7.
Yup, that's for sure. Just compare a freshly installed Win7 and Win10. The differences are very obvious.
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