Subject: Re: Windows 10. Horrible!
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Subject: Re: Windows 10. Horrible!
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On 10/30/2017 1:34 AM, David Taylor wrote:
> On 30/10/2017 07:17, 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.
> Like any new program or tool, you need to spend some time learning how 
> to use Windows-10 to best suit yourself.  You can easily add Control 
> Panel to the start menu, if you wish (although the Control Panel is 
> gradually being phased out).  I've never seen the "active desktop boxed 
> in a frame" on any of my Win-10 systems, so I can't help you there.  It 
> runs all my photo programs without problem - Paint Shop Pro 9 & X, 
> GeoSetter, PIE Studio, JPEG Crop, etc. etc. using dual displays without 
> any issues.
> If you prefer a Windows-7 start menu style, try the free Classic Shell:

Windows 10 solves many issues with Windows 8.1. Classic Shell is a great 
addition, though you need to keep it updated because Windows 10 updates 
will often break it. I was hesitant to take the free upgrade from 
Windows 7 to Windows 10, but very glad I did it on all my machines. Even 
paid for a couple of used Windows 7 licenses so I could upgrade from XP 
to 7 and then take the free upgrade to 10.