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Best Answer David Hunt says
David, that sounds like a lot of trouble to go through. The more I think about it, I may just stick with Windows 7. I'm fearful of problems arising that either I can't solve on my own or would have to go out of pocket to resolve. Thanx for your reply
Becky Katz says
Thanks, Becky. I do have an extra microphone that I bought for my desktop that does not have one. I'm the only one who uses either of my computers so giving access isn't a problem either. I'm still not sure if I want to upgrade. Guess I'll ponder...
The good thing is that if you do upgrade and decide you do not like it, there is a button to return your computer to exactly like it was before. It is built in to the program.
That's an awesome feature, Becky.
It is only good for a month after it is installed. But if you haven't figured out by then whether you hate it or love it, there is usually no hope for you. Haha
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Stephen J Parkin says
Thank you, Stephen. You've gone into quite a bit of detail. I don't use voice commands so my mic doesn't get much use. Hopefully, it won't be affected. I still need to think about upgrading, tho. This old dog hesitates before learning new tricks! :-)
Eslam Elewa says
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Thanx, jefboyardee. I've decided to stick with Windows 7. I don't really think upgrading would benefit me. It has features I don't use, from what I hear. Thanx for your honest feedback. Much appreciated!
What's even more disconcerting is that since Win10 has nothing really new and different, that it's just Win7 with a Siri clone and a new browser, it's showing us that Microsoft has reached another dead end. Not as bad as Win 8.x, but two dead ends?!
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