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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2018 9:51 am 
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Well that seemed a bloody great feature update done yesterday.

Quite a lot of new stuff, if one actually needs it!

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 Post subject: Re: Win 10
PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2018 10:49 am 
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i dont use any new features have it looking as like windows xp as possible :lol:

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i dont use any new features have it looking as like windows xp as possible :lol:

You radical! And there was me thinking that you were more of a DR-Gem man. Oh well....

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A couple of weeks ago, Win 10 decided that I was going to have the update to 1803 whether I wanted it or not. I didn't want it because every time it tried it had failed!
Anyway, it managed to go ahead while my back was turned, and broke Win 10. I tried to restore from a full backup, but it wouldn't recognise the drive so I guess it had done the boot record or something.
So I reinstalled from scratch.
I love you so much Microsoft. :angryfire:
And then I had to uninstall all their free stuff I don't want. At least what you can uninstall.
I'm sure that this is leading down the subscription path.


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