Windows 10 is here but should you upgrade?
After Windows 8 Microsoft had a lot of work to do with Windows 10. As a free update from Windows 7 and Windows 8 it actually has a lot going for it. The Start Menu makes a return along with Cortana from Windows Phone, a fresh look for the desktop including improved Snap and Task View, the new Microsoft Edge web browser to replace Internet Explorer, DirectX 12 for improved gaming performance along with Minecraft Windows 10 Edition and the Xbox app to stream Xbox One games to your Windows 10 PC.
Windows 10 DirectX 12 Supported GPUs: http://www.anandtech.com/show/9472/windows-10-launch-day-gpu-support-summary
NOOOO.....at that time i had to install a pach to turn off win10 update :) ,win10 allso colects personal data like a vacum cleaner and sends it without your consent....Security level on win 10 it even low than windows XP. dont try.
I hate Windows 10 on Windows 8.1 GTA v 40 fps Minecraft 500 fps csgo 45 fps on my Asus x555l i3 8gb ram and gtx 820m on Windows 10 GTA v 35 fps Minecraft 350 fps csgo 30 fps Windows 7 and 8 and 8.1 is best
If it wasn't for it's horrible support for pre-Windows 7 (and a lot of Windows 7) stuff and the way it shamelessly spies on you, i would have upgraded to this within the first 10 seconds the free download thingy was released. :P
My mid-tier gaming pc is arriving soon and i'm debating whether to load it with Windows 7 or Windows 10. I've seen countless complaints about how buggy the operating system is and how it "destroyed my PC!!!", but most of these complaints are dated at least 5 months prior to this comment. After watching this video and seeing a similar pattern (dated July of last year), can any current users tell me if Windows 10 has improved by now? Or should I play it safe and stick with Windows 7?
speff I would recommend 10. If you have a modern "XLake" system, 10 should run fine. there have been improvements since the RTM. I would not recommend Windows 7 in this day in age, if you want your software to remain up-to-date for years going forward.
Nice sales pitch for microsoft (ugh). It seems like you're more interested in how it plays your toys better than how it works for an average American. This thing is like new cars, being over engineered with unnecessary and complicated functions.Some of the apps that are built into it are either watered down from older editions or you have to pay for upgrades to to make them useful. Microsoft is not interested in consumer relations. Those people are interested only in your money by selling proprietary apps that appear regularly on the internet.......Microsoft-go fly a kite.
WARNING! BE AWARE! CAUTION! To all Windows 10 users! Don't get Windows 10! Microsoft is spying on Windows 10 users! Don't go any higher than Windows 8! I recommend Windows XP and Windows 7 for the best, safest experience.
+Jake Tyler it might be slower, but the thing is is that it's made TO make your computer run faster. As long as your computer is compatible then you should be fine. (When you click on the update it will tell you if your PC is compatible before it downloads). When you install it try and free up some space on your hard drive. The very last tip I can give you is subscribe to my channel :)
I upgraded to Windows 10 two days ago, I unfortunately ended up having some problems with it, like it wouldn't let me change certain things like the mouse and touch pad options and claims I didn't have permission to access which was odd because I was already the administrator so I should've had access to them. My browsers like Chrome didn't run that well either (I did give Edge a try by the way) and neither did my whole computer so I ended up switching back to Windows 8.1. It was worth a try though.