Re: Installing Windows 7 on Sky/Kaby Lake CPUs
>>Sure, they messed the interface up in windows 8 but
>>it had vastly improved again by 8.1 and got even better with 10.
Personally I have a few issues with Windows 10... none are related to my ability to learn new things.
1.) The interface is too inconsistent. It feels like so much of it was shoehorned in.
2.) Lack of user control over telemetry, phoning home.
3.) Forcing updates... I prefer the Win7 update options, where I can choose to ignore, or download and install at my convenience.
It's not like I'm unfamiliar with the new OS. I use Win10 at multiple sites - were someone else is responsible for managing it. I just don't see the appeal of Win10 at this point. Maybe someday....
As for Linux, I like it enough but I can't really use it for much. Most of the work I do relies on .Net.