Tech help for the PC
#39
I think that was always going to be the plan even before they issued 10. 10 is the last, they said. Until they change their mind. I'm convinced that in the foreseeable future when we've all had shunts fitted to our cortex we'll get Windows Neural.
#47
I've been playing around a bit today and for the home user the Windows Mail program as updated a few months ago and even more the other day, is much improved and as much as anyone would want that isn't business related. Pop3 and IMAP, creating folders, etc. I like it.
#48
Glamdring wrote:
Fri Apr 21, 2017 11:59 am
I think that was always going to be the plan even before they issued 10. 10 is the last, they said. Until they change their mind. I'm convinced that in the foreseeable future when we've all had shunts fitted to our cortex we'll get Windows Neural.
I would hate the idea of anyone connecting anything, even if the operation was a success, I like my brain to be detached from any tech
#155
This is a bit late for me, since I have already done this via the upgrade assistant
http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style ... 05091.html

Bit weird to come from Microsoft that they say there are issues with the update, when first they kept on claiming when Windows 10 was first released, they said it was all fine and dandy that there were no issues, I had tonnes when 10 was first released and the Anniversary Update. I haven't had any issues with the Creators Update on all computers
#231
But I prefer the S stands for Shit. I can see that students and teachers who this product is aimed will be using this. Obviously they will have either the Home or Pro on their desktop at home
#380
I think Microshit is going the whole wrong way about being obsessed with the Internet. If they haven't learnt anything about their software, it isn't safe to use, especially when they keep dumping OS from further updates and leaky kernels that don't do much for security
http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style ... 31126.html
Now they want our phones connected to their cloud version of OneDrive
#432
Just found out that Windows 10 S has Bitlocker technology, something that Home edition doesn't have....weird, and it's supposed to be a stripped down version of Home
#434
10S will only let you use Edge. No other browsers can be installed, so I read in a magazine. It's just a Chromebook kind of thing as far as I can tell. It probably has ways of spying and advertising that even 10 does not have (I made that bit up).
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