Is Windows 10 a system you would reccomend to get, if someone is working on Windows 7 or Windows 8?

Yes From Windows 7 yes, from Windows 8 no From Windows 8 yes, from Windows 7 no No see voting resultssaving...
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Aug 4, 2016

It depends on your... opinion. Well that was unexpected. When I got the free update, when I upgraded, I hated it. Blue screens all the way, on a computer, that Microsoft said would be one that worked. I recommend 8gbs of RAM. But this isn't about qualifications. If I just talk about it as an OS, we might get somewhere. I have used Windows 7, 8.1 and 10. I used to run Windows 7, but I upgraded to Windows 8.1 for compatibility. I enjoy the system, it's not as bad as people said it was. Windows 10 came with my laptop for school. It is a quick OS. I turned off all of the Microsoft spying issues and it is great. I think it will get better You can still get Windows 10 for free. I think you should buy a cheap copy of Windows 7, dual-boot it, then upgrade it and then when it gets better and everything is fixed, just use it. Overall, none of these options seem correct to me, the best one is 'From Windows 8 yes, from Windows 7 no.' It's your choice!

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Apr 17, 2016


I heard that windows 10 used to send private data to microsoft. More precisely, I was told that the system recorded everything that is written and somehow computed it. For this reason I think it is not worth to upgrade my computer to windows 10.

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Aug 10, 2016

For fun i upgrated it to 10. And i didn't like. For me the 7 is much more comfortable to use.

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