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Anyone going tp run Windows 10?

Hell Yeah Boi 95 52.49%
 
I'm scared 24 13.26%
 
Driver problems imminent! 19 10.50%
 
Nope! 43 23.76%
 
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Roronaa_chan said:
LuckyTrouble said:
Roronaa_chan said:
Is edge a mandatory install?

Microsoft Edge is the new Internet Explorer, so yeah, it's included in the OS. Having tried it, it's actually a decently competent browser. It just needs addon support, which I guess is coming, and it could easily be on par with Firefox and Chrome.


But do they let you remove it?

Considering IE wasn't removable, I'm pretty sure Edge is going to be the same way. I didn't try to remove it, but I also don't see why Microsoft would let people remove it.



 

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LuckyTrouble said:

Considering IE wasn't removable


It was though.



Roronaa_chan said:
LuckyTrouble said:

Considering IE wasn't removable


It was though.

You could not straight up uninstall it. I don't care if you can play around in some files and eventually find where IE is stashed and delete it. Or if you can get into Windows update and do what basically amounts to hiding it. In that sense, technically every part of the OS is "removable". I took your question as meaning whether or not it could be uninstalled in a standard fashion like any other program, and in that sense, IE never was, which means you can be certain Edge isn't.



 

LuckyTrouble said:

You could not straight up uninstall it. I don't care if you can play around in some files and eventually find where IE is stashed and delete it. Or if you can get into Windows update and do what basically amounts to hiding it. In that sense, technically every part of the OS is "removable". I took your question as meaning whether or not it could be uninstalled in a standard fashion like any other program, and in that sense, IE never was, which means you can be certain Edge isn't.


8 lets you turn it officially http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/internet-explorer/install-ie#ie=ie-11

But one previous version.. Either Vista or 7 (probably Vista) let you actually uninstall it. I remember because one of those upgrades I got annoyed due to finding out I could no longer do that



I'm gonna give it a week since I will have millions of people testing it for me :^D



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Is it still lacking the feature to let you delay system updates? I think that's really stupid that they don't give you the option to do that. I'll wait a bit and hear what people think of that feature missing, and the OS in general. I have it reserved though, and currently on Win 7.



Already have the preview. The latest build made it bug-free for me, especially since AMD released their W10 drivers.



Not any time soon. My laptop is working fine, I got rid of the tiles part of 8.1 long ago.
My desktop has windows 7 yet the internal wifi module is faulty and won't work half the time, I don't want to upgrade and then find out it got ignored. It works fine otherwise.
My wife's laptop can use it since she's still on Vista, but that's not supported...



deskpro2k3 said:
It's coming out of the closet this Wednesday, July 29th 2015.
You can upgrade for free if you already have Windows 7, and 8.1. (for the first year)

Anyone going to run Windows 10 on launch day?

I am.

I would but I don't have a computer that runs windows at the moment. 

Looking forward to it for my phone though. That should follow soon.



Gotta figure out how to set these up lol.

Installing now actually