IF and thats a BIG if, i decide to get it, i will do my own decision making.But i can promise you, it will be an easy decision because i am of the mind to give MS a swerve from now on, i will be going with linux next new computer.I was so excited about Windows 10, but after doing the update found it obstructed my ESET Protection and somehow was preventing printing from any internet source: Drive and webpages would no longer load to print. Tried to talk to Microsoft to see if they were aware/had a bug fix but never got a human.
For this reason, until the issue is dealt with, I am advising people to refrain from updating to W10 at the moment. I actually just reverted back to Windows 7 after jumping through a series of hoops. It has so many conflicts, very poor driver support, is a memory hog AND records and uploads a great deal of confidential user information and there is no way to completely shut that part off.I had Windows 10 on my computers for 4 days before coming to the very easy decision to uninstall the update and to verify that it did not leave and "spys" behind, which it actually try to do and I have to manually remove them. I just found all the Music I have been writing, posted on the internet that was on my PC and made Private so that other jack-wagons wouldn't steal it.I worked with the drivers and devices to try and resolve the issue,sinding that an awful lot of people out there have had the same problem and it appeared in the development preview versions since 2014.I have been a developer (MCSE 2000) since the eighties and have encountered most Microsoft and Windows problems over the years in my work as a programmer in the City, but this one defeated me and I was obliged to reinstall 7.1 from scratch. If you have, you might take that back - Windows 10 is still very buggy at this moment, and it's constantly crashing my pc. In fact, I think Windows 10 will go down in history as one of the worst OS since Windows Millennium.This is definitely one of the best sites I've seen for Windows operating systems.
They sent me the upgrade, but I'm running Windows 7 Pro and my system was running fine until they sent me this update that I now know how to uninstall, so thanks again!Like many here I use Win 7 Pro and like it,the best damn program they made since XP Pro.Myself I'm a bit ticked about the forced up-grade MS keeps trying to install on my system. I have a multi boot system and don't need my hard drive over taken and wiped out for the sake of Win 10.As far as Microsoft's Media Center's, I don't even use them.I just stick with Real Player and Media Player Classic.After reading your article, I found KB3035583 and uninstalled it. I ran the GWX control panel on my new Windows 7 laptop before using Windows Update for the first time. Last time I tried, it still hadn't stopped searching even after 40 minutes, Any thoughts?