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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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Mr_No said:
It's downloading for me too. It's on 13-- I mean 15%

Of the people here who downloaded it, did you leave your files intact or did you do a backup just in case?

I backed up my most important files ( School work and so on ) but other than that I left everything intact.



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Have had multiple machines running Windows 10 Insider Builds for months. So the upgrade to RTM build was non eventful



Its libraries that sell systems not a single game.

Been ready for 15 hours, Windows 10 isn't ready for me yet....



Switch: SW-7938-9367-7572

I'm upgrading, 25%, but it's a very slow process (painfully slow XDDD).



I have a question before installing.

Will it clean sweep my data?
ANd what happens with the MS key I have for windows 7? Does that just disappear? what if I need to use it again to activate a copy of Win 7 (now 10) that I legally own?



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lol no, and I'm not touching it any time soon. The UI still sucks, and it has other problems as well.



vivster said:

You poeple do realize that they will rollout the free windows in waves? So it could take several weeks until it's your turn. First waves are going to the insiders only. The only way for a normal customer to have Windows 10 on launch day is to buy a new PC from an OEM or buy a license.

Well, this isn't true. A friend of mine already got the notification. It just pops up by the way, and if you are, for example, writing something and press space or enter it will just confirm the installation and that's it.



gamingpotato7 said:
vivster said:

You poeple do realize that they will rollout the free windows in waves? So it could take several weeks until it's your turn. First waves are going to the insiders only. The only way for a normal customer to have Windows 10 on launch day is to buy a new PC from an OEM or buy a license.

Well, this isn't true. A friend of mine already got the notification. It just pops up by the way, and if you are, for example, writing something and press space or enter it will just confirm the installation and that's it.

Yeah, I got the notification and I'm not an insider. But not everyone can upgrade their OS, so I think the process might be random. And yes, I can confirm that you can accidentaly upgrade your system if the notification just pop-out, so be careful if you don't want to upgrade :P



Eh, I won't bother. This PC is starting to get old anyway, will ofcourse get W10 on my eventual new PC.



Wow, Edge is actually a great browser! Maybe I don't even download Chrome or Firefox, this works very well :D

EDIT: And no, you don't need a backup, it doesn't touch any of your files. In fact, I have exactly the same desktop, I thought that it wasn't upgraded at first XDD.