Windows 10 conference is live now

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  1. mclld macrumors 68000

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    Amazing that Microsoft can't figure out live-streaming either.
     
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    Clearly, they are embarrassed by the large number of people who installed Windows 7 on Windows 8.1 machines. Glad they are offering the upgrade free.

    The real selling point on Windows 10 has to be stability, however. Windows 7 is rock solid.
     
  5. jamezr macrumors G4

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    The streaming was just fine for me.....
     
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    It's been buffering quite a lot for me.

    84" Surface Hub 4K display. Interesting...
     
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    In spite of all the advanced stuff they showed, the thing I'm most pleased about is they've fixed the control panel + settings menu fiasco!
     
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    Yep. Still using Windows 7 on my work laptop, haven't had any major issues. Got 8 on the home laptop, but I am much happier with 7.
     
  9. spinedoc77 macrumors G3

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    Windows 8 is ROCK solid, haven't had a single issue with several tablets, laptops and a couple of desktops. Really awesome OS, Im super excited for Win10.
     
  10. mclld thread starter macrumors 68000

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    Windows 8 hate is the new Vista hate. I would bet a lot of people just parrot what they read others say online, hear etc
     
  11. maflynn Moderator

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    I like win8, its been solid, stable and fast. I'm looking forward to win10, but really, I see windows 8 as a great platform.

    I'm hoping for more improvements (as they promised) to OneDrive. That is still very finicky .
     

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