If so, why? I opted all of my Windows 7 machines out after many complaints from my clients whose computers had compatibly issues after the forced upgrades. What did you do?
- I stayed with Windows 7Vote A
- I stayed with Windows 8Vote B
- I upgraded to Windows 10Vote C
- My copy of Windows 7/8 wasn't one of the eligible versionsVote D
- It had Windows 10 on it when I got itVote E
- I use a different operating systemVote F
- Other (please explain)Vote G
Most Helpful Girl
I tried windows 10 and got the blue screen of death so I refuse to get it again.0
Most Helpful Guy
I upgraded to Windows 10 but I will reformat my computer eventually with a clean and fresh install and see if that helps with any other issues. I originally had Windows 7 Pro 64-Bit on mines.
If you're doing IT work or something, stick with Windows 7 for now.
I see that in my school, all the computers in the labs and network don't have anything beyond Windows 7 probably because it's much more stable right now to manage compared to managing a network of Windows 8 and Windows 10 computers.
Otherwise, have you tried clean re-installs of Windows 10 on any of your client machines after upgrading and see if that helps or make much of a difference?0
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