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3rd-Aug-2015 07:03 pm
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Poll #2018688 Windows 10

Have you downloaded your free version of Windows 10 yet?

Yes
6(22.2%)
No, but I plan to
6(22.2%)
No, and I don't plan to
11(40.7%)
I didn't know I could get a free version
4(14.8%)

For those who have downloaded Windows 10, how much do you like it?

I love it
1(4.8%)
It's pretty good
3(14.3%)
It's okay
1(4.8%)
I don't notice any difference from my previous operating system
1(4.8%)
I don't like it
0(0.0%)
I hate it
0(0.0%)
I haven't downloaded it yet so I can't say
15(71.4%)

Which of these two statements do you think is more likely?

Microsoft gave Windows 10 away for free because there is some economic advantage to doing so (e.g, sale of apps, greater market exposure)
15(55.6%)
Microsoft has made enough money and is giving Windows 10 away free to be a good corporate citizen
0(0.0%)
I think there are aspects of both statements that are true, but moreso the first one
4(14.8%)
I think there are aspects of both statements that are true, but moreso the second one
0(0.0%)
I have no idea what Microsoft is up to
8(29.6%)

Have you found any glitches with Windows 10 yet? If so, what glitches?



Comments 
4th-Aug-2015 03:16 am (UTC)
and then there of those of us who love our mac

that screen would drive me crazy!!!!!!!!!
the thing about mac is you can keep it simple and very low key - restful - and pale grey!!!

Edited at 2015-08-04 03:19 am (UTC)
4th-Aug-2015 04:33 am (UTC)
The funny thing is that I think Microsoft is trying to steal the best things about Macs and add them to their system.
4th-Aug-2015 12:55 pm (UTC)
What if I told you that Windows 10 hasn't stolen much, other than consolidate various paradigms of their own? #redpill #bluepill

If I want dull, drab colours, and a widget/visor system that made no sense, I'd go with OSX.
4th-Aug-2015 02:23 pm (UTC)
LOL
I love dull & drab!
I use the computer for my work and don't want to be distracted

i ignore widgets - if i don't need it/use it - it doesn't exist
5th-Aug-2015 06:59 am (UTC)
Then there are those of us who use windows on a desktop, but would prefer linux and love the Chromebook for light travel and not having to be so concerned about other files.
5th-Aug-2015 01:11 am (UTC)
Answer to the 1st question: No, and I can't decide.

What's that on the left of the photo? Is it the Start menu, or is it there all the time? It's ugly as sin, but I really only care how it works.
5th-Aug-2015 06:17 am (UTC)
Mine doesn't look anything like that. My desktop is the same as it was before except for the toolbar at the bottom of the page, where there are mostly different icons. That's what pops up if you hit the little windows icon in the corner.
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