What do you think of Windows 10 so far?

@loki1982 (782)
Dallas, Texas
August 31, 2015 1:35pm CST
Our business will not upgrade to Windows 10 for a long time. But we have clients that already have upgraded and complaining about issues. So what is your experience so far?
2 responses
@Madshadi (3191)
• Brussels, Belgium
31 Aug 15
I had issues and downgraded back to windows 8.1. I also heard some privacy concerns about Windows 10. I wonder when will Microsoft make a flawless operating system like Apple's.
@loki1982 (782)
• Dallas, Texas
31 Aug 15
Although I agree Apple is better most of the time, its far from flawless.
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• United States
31 Aug 15
@loki1982 Apple is better except when it comes to gaming, which as a company you don't have to worry about. Steve Jobs even said that he didn't want his users playing games on Apple computers, because it is a "waste of time."
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@Madshadi (3191)
• Brussels, Belgium
31 Aug 15
@loki1982 I mean when it comes to bugs and errors in the system. It's almost non existent.
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• United States
31 Aug 15
Why does your company not want to upgrade to Windows 10 as of yet? I don't plan on upgrading to Windows 10 because of the huge privacy concerns. In the terms of service, if you agree to them, you essentially agree to have your computer browsed through whenever Windows feels like it. They have access to all of your personal information and data, and there are rumors that Microsoft itself provides this type of information to the government. Now, that might just be some loony conspiracy talk, but it's certainly at least a little cause for alarm or hesitancy before upgrading.
@loki1982 (782)
• Dallas, Texas
31 Aug 15
Because it is too new. Typically most companies don't like to upgrade for months if not years after a new operating system is released.
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• United States
31 Aug 15
@loki1982 Oh, I guess I never realized that, but looking back at all the companies I've worked for, you're right. At work, we have Windows 7 still I believe. What do y'all have?
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@loki1982 (782)
• Dallas, Texas
31 Aug 15
@RachelDSims24 We have about 225 machines on windows 7, two or three machine son windows 8 simply because the user requested it. A year ago we were still on XP. I was in charge of upgrading everyone from XP to 7 so we would be in compliance.