From: philo <>
Subject: Re: Windows 10. Horrible!
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From: philo <>
Subject: Re: Windows 10. Horrible!
Date: Tue, 31 Oct 2017 12:44:56 -0500
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On 10/31/2017 11:56 AM, PeterN wrote:
> On 10/31/2017 12:06 PM, philo wrote:
>> On 10/30/2017 02:17 AM, Rich A wrote:
>>> Wow!  Didn't know it had so many issues!  Made a horrific mess of 
>>> running multiple different displays (even with specific video card 
>>> drivers), hides tons of stuff that I normally use (like control 
>>> panel). Boxes the active desktop into a frame INSIDE the main 
>>> computer screen, so it's smaller.  I'm sure there is a way around it, 
>>> but I couldn't be bothered. There are myriad issues with it, which I 
>>> found out looking up problems online.  Windows 8.1 is FAR better, IMO.
>> I have two , secondary use machines that I've upgrade to Win10, both 
>> work fine.
>> My wife is the one who does the real, photo-processing work and I'm 
>> keeping it at Win7. It works perfectly and I do not want to take a 
>> chance with that machine.
> My Win 10 machine works fine with Photoshop CC, Corel Painter 17, and a 
> slew of PS plugins. My younger daughter, who is a heavy graphics user, 
> (creative director,) uses Win 10. It works fine with the entire CC 
> suite. She had her choice of machines and decided on Win 10. In the 
> interest of fairness, may main machine is Win 7.

I'm a Linux user and GIMP is the photo editor I use.

It has a lot of features but really I don't do much with my images.

When I do want a print though I give it to my wife...
she will use Photoshop and is a lot better at that than I am.

I build and repair the computers and she is the one to actually use them.

She relies heavily on her Wacom tablet . It's an older one and they do 
not have Win10 drivers. I did try it on my own Win10 machine and it 
functions but probably does not have all the features she needs.

If her tablet someday dies, then we will look at upgrading the machine 
to Win10