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Windows 10 fucking sucks

ThisIsBananas

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Lots of shit that worked on Windows 8 and back will not work on Shitblows 10.
 

CoprophagousCop

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I have found that some things that worked on Windows XP will not work on Windows 8.1. :mad:
 
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WIndows 8 and 10 suck. I dread the day I'll have to part with my windows 7 laptop. This is from back before windows tried to combine their phone, tablet and computer operating systems into one horrible set up that doesn't really work in any of those applications. I also fear my old version of photoshop won't be compatible with a new operating system. Why does every program now require a monthly subscription to be able to use it? I have enough bills to pay, and I can barely afford those. I'm too poor for this garbage.
 

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Windows 10 is fucking awesome, it has many features that look back to the old good times, but they're improved.
it sucks that when it updates it takes too much time
Windows 7 is a good boi, but it's over.
 

CoprophagousCop

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Windows 95: :thumbsdn:
Windows NT 4.0: :thumbsup:
Windows 98: :thumbsdn:
Windows 2000::thumbsup:
Windows ME: :thumbsdn:
Windows XP: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
I never used Windows Vista, but :thumbsdn:
 

ThisIsBananas

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Windows 95: :thumbsup: Major advancement from DOS.

Windows 98: :thumbsup: Didn't have it, but seemed to work well on other people's computers.

Windows XP: :thumbsdn: Windows XP was glitchy and got hacked often. Don't know why it's still being praised as one of the best Windows operating systems.

Windows Vista: :thumbsup: Windows Vista was underrated. It was so advanced that my previous Windows XP computer had trouble using it when I switched the operating system to Windows Vista. I'm sure everybody had this problem, which is why people thought it sucked when it actually didn't.

Windows 7: Meh.

Windows 8: :thumbsdn: I never used it because I didn't want to dumb down my computer and use it like my smartphone.

Windows 10: Meh. It's Windows 7 with an app store, and less compatibility with older programs. Was going to avoid it, but ended up getting it with a new computer.
 
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Here's my Windows ratings
Pre-Windows XP: :sleep::confused: either my memory really sucks or I'm a little too young to remember those operating systems, so I can't really rate this except that it was in the earlier years of the internet and didn't have as much computing power as today - although I do remember AOL and Oregon Trail and typing papers for school (yes, even in grade school)
Windows XP: :thumbsup::thumbsup: Despite it being hackable, I liked it a lot - maybe because I was young enough that I was still fascinated by it
Windows Vista: :confused: If it didn't have so much problems, I'd be thumbing it up as much as XP if not more so
Windows 7: :thumbsup::thumbsup: Improved version of XP and Vista combined
Windows 8: :thumbsdn::thumbsdn: DO NOT (attempt to) make an operating system compatible between different types of hardware - at least without testing it first and confirming it's success prior to the go-live. Just keep them separate and make the apps compatible - or better yet, test it all before you put it out on the market; seems like they pushed it out before it was ready (whether they realized it or not); I personally would prefer they keep it separate. They are different types of hardware for a reason - just because people may buy more smaller devices, doesn't mean the desktops or laptops would/will become obsolete (especially for kids who still need to do school/home-work with them)
Windows 10: :thumbsup: While the graphics (colors and pictures) did (still) seem a little cool, changing it a bit drastically was a little over the top (with the buttons and taskbar); at least they got the Windows brand back on track again from Windows 8

Not sure if I will stick with Windows, as they tend to want to change so much (and some things, not for the better). But the next one should "wow" me. Otherwise, I will permanently stick with Linux. People need to have more control over their devices. And don't include shit that is really unnecessary. I know you're trying to make money, but many people don't have it especially these days. You're likely putting them into debt when you include an attractive "app store" on their devices. If they have no clue what they are doing, then they have no business having them and whatever happens to their devices is deserved (whether good or bad).
 

ThisIsBananas

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Not sure if I will stick with Windows, as they tend to want to change so much (and some things, not for the better). But the next one should "wow" me. Otherwise, I will permanently stick with Linux.
Microsoft said Windows 10 will be an ongoing OS that is constantly updated. There will never be another Windows.

I know you're trying to make money, but many people don't have it especially these days. You're likely putting them into debt when you include an attractive "app store" on their devices. If they have no clue what they are doing, then they have no business having them and whatever happens to their devices is deserved (whether good or bad).
It's not Microsoft's fault if people are broke, and spend money they don't have on apps. Microsoft is free to sell programs like every other company that does so.
 

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I haven't really had any issues with 10. I don't use old programs but I do play a few old games and they all run fine.
 

ThisIsBananas

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Sometimes when I turn on my Windows 10 desktop, the cursor doesn't appear on the screen. I had to keep unplugging my mouse repeatedly and keep plugging it into different USB ports until it worked.

My Windows 10 laptop keeps saying Windows Defender is out of date, but searches endlessly when I tell it to search for updates. Fucking Windows 10. Glitchy piece of shit!
 

MisterFister

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I quit paying attention after they took away my beloved XP. Now I'm like the grandad with the blinking "12:00" on his VCR.
 

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I pretty much thought Lonnie Anderson was way fucking hotter than Pamela Anderson.
 

CoprophagousCop

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My Windows 10 laptop keeps saying Windows Defender is out of date, but searches endlessly when I tell it to search for updates. Fucking Windows 10. Glitchy piece of shit!
That's funny. When Windows Defender is up to date, it searches your hard drive endlessly. It's nothing but a useless resource hog. I wish there was a way to remove it.
 

ThisIsBananas

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Great. Another fucking day of turning my computer on, having it quickly boot up and have no mouse cursor, no matter how much I clicked, moved the mouse around, and kept plugging it into USB slots. Had to restart the computer. It restarted so fucking slowly, then after really hard frustrated clicking it came back on. I gotta back up my data and reinstall this bitch this weekend.

That's funny. When Windows Defender is up to date, it searches your hard drive endlessly. It's nothing but a useless resource hog. I wish there was a way to remove it.
It's free and keeps my PC free of viruses. Pretty good when I'm pirating games. That is the only good thing about Windows 10, but that's not saying much because I could download free antivirus on earlier Windows.
 

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Great. Another fucking day of turning my computer on, having it quickly boot up and have no mouse cursor, no matter how much I clicked, moved the mouse around, and kept plugging it into USB slots. Had to restart the computer. It restarted so fucking slowly, then after really hard frustrated clicking it came back on. I gotta back up my data and reinstall this bitch this weekend.
Just out of curiosity, have you tried another mouse to eliminate the possibility that your mouse is broke?

It's free and keeps my PC free of viruses. Pretty good when I'm pirating games. That is the only good thing about Windows 10, but that's not saying much because I could download free antivirus on earlier Windows.
There is software out there that automatically restores your hard drive to a previously saved state every time you boot. A school I attended had this installed on all of its lab computers. A fellow student used it to play a demo version of a game over and over again, even though the game would install something on the PC to stop working after an hour's worth of play. He would just reboot the PC, re-download, and reinstall the game. Each time he played, he would get a little bit further before the time ran up.

I am still waiting for the day that they incorporate this idea directly into the hardware.
 

ThisIsBananas

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Just out of curiosity, have you tried another mouse to eliminate the possibility that your mouse is broke?
That might be the reason.

There is software out there that automatically restores your hard drive to a previously saved state every time you boot. A school I attended had this installed on all of its lab computers. A fellow student used it to play a demo version of a game over and over again, even though the game would install something on the PC to stop working after an hour's worth of play. He would just reboot the PC, re-download, and reinstall the game. Each time he played, he would get a little bit further before the time ran up.

I am still waiting for the day that they incorporate this idea directly into the hardware.
That sounds like cancer. I need the ability to save my documents and files.
 

CoprophagousCop

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That might be the reason.
:thumbsup:

That sounds like cancer. I need the ability to save my documents and files.
I save all my documents to USB flash drives. Since I only connect the flash drives for the very short time it takes to copy my documents, spyware and viruses are far less likely to see them. Also, when I do get a new computer, I will not have to transfer so many files. Of course, there is a way to take the computer out of protected mode with a password so that I can permanently install new applications when the need arises. I immediately put it back into protected mode once the applications have been configured. I can also test applications before installing them permanently. Now if this all was implemented in hardware, the password would be replaced with a physical switch that absolutely could not be bypassed by software.