bookie32 Posted December 19, 2018 Share Posted December 19, 2018 On 12/5/2018 at 4:57 PM, Dclem said: Yes, I probably am one of the fortunate ones, however, I also believe we hear more from those with problems than those who are not having problems. This presents a picture of disaster that is exaggerated more than actual. I admit, I was very frustrated the first 2 weeks after my build just trying to get Windows 10 functioning and dodging all the hurtles and barricades the operating system presented. Much of my frustration came in the form of not being familiar with the operating system and having no idea where to find what I was looking for to make adjustments. As far as IMAGEFOLIO 4.5 goes, yes, I was very fortunate that most all of the program's contents were within it's folder, much like a portable app. Much of what I learned about Windows 10 was what I could find online prior to making the move. I certainly found folks with lots of problems, but, I also found good advice from others who communicated their experiences. I just hoped to give someone else some encouragement to try alternatives to getting their system running the way they envisioned. This is where I chirp in with the standard reply....."I also believe we hear more from those with problems than those who are not having problems." Not entirely true but on the other hand it isn't every day someone writes somthing negative from a company point of view...fixing computers for a living.... On 12/5/2018 at 1:35 PM, Paraglider said: I have upgraded 3 laptops, 1 desktop and 4 VMs to 1809 build from the 1803 build. All have upgraded without problem. Yes you have had success...depending on what you base success on....installing Windows 10 in VMware isn't the same as on a real machine and will never be the same as testing on the real thing.... Also your perspective isn't from a company point of view....The reason for negativity like I write is entirely based on experince with many computers where Windows 10 is the worst by far for failing.....to live up to any kind of expectations....and without someone saying....well google do that....Microsoft are very good at hiding by long drawn out agreements which cover their arses in just about any situation.... I have yet to see the stability and performance that Microsoft boast of with Windows 10 and to have a computer starting quickly isn't the be and end all of everything..... And for many even if their laptop screens turn off (giving the illusion that it is fast) the computer is on for quite a long time after that....a lot of this performance sacrifices something along the way.... I wish the individuals that like Windows 10 and belive in its future...the best of luck....BUT for many of us we are going to need more convincing.... bookie32 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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