How Does Windows 10 Comapre to Other Operating Systems?

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Zygmo

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Hey, Guys. I don't know how else to ask this, hence the subject line. :)

Do you have a way of knowing how Windows 10 compares to each of the other Windows OSes as far as people reporting problems, or complaints about it? I am just curious.
 

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That's a vague question with no definitely answer. People are more likely to report problems or voice their dislikes these days then in 1995 or 2000. There's plenty of articles though on the internet if you want to read up on Windows 10.
 

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I've edited the title of the thread because with the title you had you are limiting your chance of responses considerably.

FYI for those reading, the title was "For the administrators here..."

You will not get much information if you only want the three administrators to respond. ;)
 

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I've edited the title of the thread because with the title you had you are limiting your chance of responses considerably.

FYI for those reading, the title was "For the administrators here..."

You will not get much information if you only want the three administrators to respond. ;)
Ok, Cookie. I was really wondering if techguy.org has ever researched this.
Obviously one could find thousands of opinions about this by just asking on the web, but I didn't consider this being that vague by asking a site that actually deals with all these OSes every day.

Thanks.
Dean
 

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You weren't asking the site you were asking three people, that's how many administrators we have which includes the site owner, myself and one other person.

The site itself doesn't provide any direct assistance to people other than providing a platform for them to use. We don't do any studies or conduct research on anything. Everything is based on the experience of the users who post their opinions from their own personal experiences or comment on things they read or heard.
 
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In my opinion, I started with windows 3.1 at work, a learning experience , windows 95 at home, kind of flakey, windows 98,a big improvement but you had to reboot every other day, reboot once a week with XP(lot better),windows ME, glad I skipped that one (constantly had to help my friend with it) Vista more complex (constantly had to help my friend with it) Windows 7 at home, great does every thing I want it to do, Love it.
Windows 10, If the computer comes with it OK but an Upgrade from XP, Vista or Win 7 "NO", heard too many stories about windows 10 updates braking things.
 

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I agree with lynx1021, but I started with Windows 2.0 for DOS.

Most upgraded from what ever to Windows 10 on hardware that was not designed for 10, seems to always have some type of issue.
Stick with NEW hardware when going to a new OS.
 
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