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welcome to windows 10, now good-bye
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Subject: welcome to windows 10, now good-bye
From: dave allen <crtech-mail@reyware.us>
Date: Fri, 28 Jul 2017 10:52:46 -0600
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yipes. remember the daily, hourly pressure from microsoft to upgrade your win7 and win8 machines to win10? now that millions did that, an estimated 10million got dumped by the "Creators Update" (i've yet to figure out who these "creators" are). if your older PC had a "clover trail" cpu, the Creators update doesn't work. sorry, no more win10 updates for you. "maybe" an occasional security patch.

Willie warned us :-) my win7 machines never got close to win10, and my win8's stayed win8 by procrastination... no, i tried it on one and went back.

you can read all about it in computerworld.com. look for the article or see if this link will work...

http://www.computerworld.com/article/3209977/microsoft-windows/windows-10-is-making-too-many-pcs-obsolete.html

dave allen

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