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Subject: Re: Windows 10. Horrible!
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From: nospam <nospam@nospam.invalid>
Subject: Re: Windows 10. Horrible!
Date: Mon, 30 Oct 2017 14:44:23 -0400
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> > > 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.
> Windows 10 is, indeed, a new version with some not so minor design
> changes that the user needs to invest time in order to get aquainted
> with them.

absolutely, but not all new versions are that dramatic of a change.

many times, a new version is just bug fixes and/or compatibility with
new hardware, nothing anyone would even notice, other than the bugs no
longer exist, and only for those affected by said bugs. 

> Most of the issues the anti-Windows 10 brigade have can be resolved if
> they took a bit of time to learn how to use it and not take it on face
> value and compare first impressions with "older versions".

yep. people hate change.