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Subject: Re: Windows 10. Horrible!
Date: Mon, 30 Oct 2017 11:37:30 -0400
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In article <ot7f48$l3p$>, Mayayana<mayayana@invalid.nospam> wrote:

> > Wow!  Didn't know it had so many issues!
>  There's a newsgroup for your issues:

his issues run deeper than what that or any other newsgroup can provide.

>   But you didn't mention the biggest problem:
> It's a moving target. Win10 will be whatever
> Microsoft want it to be. 

*all* software is whatever its creators want it to be. hardware too for
that matter, along with architects, sculptors, and more.

> The current version
> is in a transitional state, with a vaguely defined
> plan to fully convert it from a software platform
> to an ad and/or rental fee-supported service.


> They claim the right to force whatever updates
> they like. And they're doing it. Some are reversible
> if you're handy and dedicated. But the writing's
> on the wall.

there's no reason to reverse them, but in the unlikely event someone
does want to do that, it's easy. 

security updates, bug fixes and new features are a good thing. 

>   If you look at the posts in the Win10 group
> you'll see an unusual number are OT or from "trolls".
> The rest are mostly about problems related to
> an update. If you scratch a little deeper you'll
> find that many of the people there are only
> tinkerers exploring the latest Windows version --
> not using it to do work.

people post about problems, hoping to find a solution. 

rarely, if ever, does someone post that everything is great.

win10 is currently running on hundreds of millions of systems. nothing
is perfect, so there will be a few problems, but they're mostly minor.