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Subject: Re: Windows 10. Horrible!
Date: Mon, 30 Oct 2017 13:10:04 -0400
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In article<>, Tony Cooper<> wrote:

> Any new version of any software requires a get acquainted approach
> that most of us are able to successfully negotiate in a short period
> of time.

for some new versions, that's true, but definitely not all of them. 

many times, the changes are minor or even entirely internal, resulting
in no need to 'get acquainted' whatsoever.

once again, you're wrong.