I know i’ve said i don’t like windows 10 but i decided to install it on an old laptop to try it and i ended up installing it on my main laptop. i may install it on my main PC but i want to mess around with it on my laptop so im 100% sure i want 10.
oh yea and windows 7 support is ending next year
the official end of support is on 2020 smh
When someone don’t know what i’m talking about and starts saying im stupid
please tell me where i said you are stupid? and if i misreaded your comment, explain it to me
probably april fools
april fools day ruining my day again?
if you pay for the updates you can get up to 3 years (if you have a buissnes account)
im not paying for updates. i’ll upgrade everything else when support stops
paying for staying on windows 7 sounds like a fucking joke to me.
yea. im not paying for something that windows 10 gets for free
actually once the pricing model for windows 7 gets introduced then pirated copies of windows 7 will be more common since people don’t want to waste money for microsoft
only for enterprise and profissional, if you are a ultimate or home premium ( like me ) user you are out of luck
End of windows 7 support, it doesn’t mean that windows 7 is dead or useless. I was in some furniture store today, I was surprised, Windows XP Professional still on POS. Wow!!! it’s almost 5 years since end of WinXP support, and still running. I guess, the same afterlife continuation will face Windows 7. Even old Windows 7 PC can be converted into a gaming station with the support of DX12 or so. I’m not quite sure, but I think EdgeChromium browser will be compatible with Windows 7 as well. So don’t be in rush to recycle your old Windows 7 PC. It still good for quite a long time, at least 5 - 7 years to go from 2020.
must be using POSReady c. the XP era for what it’s actually meant for lol
That was actually WinXP Professional, I’ve checked About Box, but anyways Windows 7 is the one of the best operating system I’ve ever experienced. I’ve been using for almost 10 years on my ALIENWARE M17XR2 laptop with win7 Ultimate until now. I think it will be not to hard to switch to Windows 10 from Windows 7, because the interface pretty much, almost the same, except start menu tiles, fluent acrylic design-time style etc. As opposed from Windows XP to 7 that was a challenge big time. When Microsoft has decided to kill off support for Windows 7, it makes me feel like a flintstone, stranded in the past. Now it’s a time to think, how to survive with Windows 7 in a future.
enjoy planned obsolescence
Thoughts on Windows 10 so far?