My copy of windows 10 Pro I got on eBay for £6 is working perfectly ..... build 16299.371
Is it worth the danger of upgrading?
Answers on a postcard .........
New builds, new cadence, new code editors and a new browser (for some) defined much of last week at Microsoft. 19H1 creeps closer to release While Redmond does not like to use such old-fashioned phrases as RTM nowadays, it is clear the next version of Windows 10 is almost upon us as the Insider team flung out two builds in …
Lots of machines still haven't installed (or won't install) the "what do you want to break today?" 1809 update. How late will this one be? Seriously, what will it break? We have a whole bunch of domain-joined machines that go into a sort of 'keep flashing the task bar' loop after 1809, and the only fix is to remove it.
I know it can't be easy getting Windows to work properly on hundreds of thousands of different types of machine, but they really need to hire some better programmers who actually understand the thing and stop trying to add new features and break things that used to work. They need to have a policy of continuous improvement with regard to what people are actually complaining about, and not worry about whether Paint has a 'dark theme' or whatever it is they're boasting about.
This is Microsoft you are talking about and the powers that control everything bad have historically demanded a starting offer of one virgin. Again, this is Microsoft you are talking about and the starting offering most likely will require more programming virgins than is available even if Microsoft is on record as an equal opportunity employer.
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