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Got the ESD files loaded and installed, upgraded from 8.1 Pro and Windows 10 Pro activated fine. Looks good, did some gaming, no issues so far. Windows 10 has been solid for sure.

https://www.reddit.com/r/Windows10/c...download_here/

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If I do a clean install will it only format the hard drive with the operating system on it or will all installed drives be wiped as well?
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Not sure, but the ISO is available now so you can create a USB.

I was told you'd have to first take the update from 8.1 to 10....then you should be able to search for the product key and using your USB Media, you should be able to do a fresh install and format JUST the SSD, not losing your library files.

That's what I'm doing, got the USB created, just waiting on the windows 10 upgrade lottery. So far I haven't gotten a notification, not sure if there's a way to push it.

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I'll probably wait several months. Too much stupid shit going on with it.
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damn icon still isnt showing for me to reserve it, I may try and upgrade from 8.1 on this surface to 10 using the iso just to see what happens
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So not only are updates forced, Microsoft has it set by default to share the updates from your PC to others. Neat.

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I guess I'll be on 7 for a long time.
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Microsoft Forgot To Fix One Major Thing in Windows 10




There’s been exactly one thing keeping me from buying a Windows laptop for the last three years: Windows sucks at handling high-resolution displays in small laptops.
To be clear, this is not some problem with how Windows handles big high-resolution displays — my 27” 2560x1440 screen at home is proof it does that just fine. The problem is laptops with small, pixel-dense displays. Since Windows sizes things like text and icons based on the pixel height, rather than physical size, a display with lots of pixels but short on inches causes stuff to be shrunk to laughably tiny proportions.


My XPS 13 with standard scaling. Consolation beer for scale. You try seeing that system tray!
Windows 8.1 introduced a band-aid fix: a slider that lets you make the size of text and icons bigger, based on a percentage. It works, to an extent — icons and text isn’t need-a-magnifying-glass small any more.
But instead, that slider causes most third-party programs to become fuzzy. Applications like Spotify haven’t been updated to handle the larger asset sizes, so Windows just blows up a smaller version. Just like if you were to blow up a 2-megapixel selfie onto a Times Square billboard, everything appears horribly pixelated.
Even for those apps that scale without pixelation, some things get blown up bigger than others — for example, Chrome’s tabs and navigation bars are horribly oversized, while the pages themselves are the right size.
That’s not explicitly Microsoft’s fault — it provided a solution, in a sense, and app makers have just failed to update their apps accordingly.


Chrome on hi-DPI displays, Windows vs OS X. Notice how gigantic the tabs are in Windows.
But it sure is Microsoft’s problem. Because every time I go look at the screen on my $1200 laptop, all I see is pixelated text, mis-sized icons, and my own tears reflected back at me. It’s bad enough to completely ruin an otherwise-excellent computer for me, drive my Apple-hating ass into an Apple Store, and spend $1500 on a MacBook Pro.



I was hoping, praying, and desperately tweeting Bill Gates that this would change in Windows 10. That Microsoft would introduce some kind of system to make hi-DPI displays usable on Windows 10. I’m not exactly sure what form the fix would take — force app makers into updating their programs, or some clever asset-scaling solution, which is basically what OS X uses, perhaps.
I’m not reaching for the impossible here. Windows 10 don’t-call-’em-Metro apps work just fine on pixel-dense display, because that entire UI was designed from the ground up to work with hi-DPI displays.
Either way, Windows 10 basically does jack shit. There’s a more prominent slider for adjusting the crappy scaling mode, and that scaling mode does work differently on multi-monitor setups, which is something I appreciate as a desktop user. But as someone who just wants to use a Windows laptop with a beautiful screen, it’s as much use as a chocolate teapot.
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Today’s the day that Windows 10 finally arrives! While the rollout will come in waves, we’ve been running the Insider Preview for months. Here are some of the best features you can look forward to when (or if) you decide to upgrade.
The Start Menu is Back, Baby


Windows 8 made the hugely controversial move to eliminate the Start Menu, opting instead for a don’t-call-it-Metro style Start Screen. It went over about as well as you’d expect. In Windows 10, however, the Start Menu is back. Now, Live Tiles live here just like regular app icons, in (relatively) perfect harmony.
The folder-based organization has been left behind in favor of a favorites- and search-based organization. You can start typing as soon as you open the Start menu to find an app and launch it by name. If you’d rather not type the name of an app every time, you can pin it to the Start Menu where it will live alongside your other tiles. Your most used shortcuts will also appear in their own list. You can click “All Apps” to see a list of everything that’s in your Start Menu, though it will show up as an alphabetical list that may be hard to sift through if you’re used to folders.
Cortana Makes the Start Menu Even Smarter


As if bringing the Start Menu back weren’t enough, Microsoft has built its personal voice assistant Cortana right in. Even if you’re already using Google Now or Siri, having Cortana on your desktop can be handy. You can perform web searches to get many of the same quick answers by simply pressing the Win key and typing a question like “How many ounces are in a cup” or “What’s the weather like?”
Cortana’s more than just voice commands, though. If you sign in with your Microsoft account, you can use Cortana to set reminders, add calendar events, and it can even give you Google Now-style cards with relevant information like stock quotes or news stories. Of course, many of these features only work at their best if you’re using Microsoft services—or at least syncing your services like Google Calendar to a Microsoft app—but even if you don’t want to get into Microsoft’s ecosystem, it’s still far more powerful than the Start Menu of the past.
Microsoft Edge Finally Replaces Internet Explorer


Microsoft tried hard and often to get people to forgive Internet Explorer. It just wasn’t happening. Now, with Windows 10, Microsoft is ditching the old browser for Microsoft Edge. We’ve already taken a look at the browser and, while it’s still pretty bare bones, it has several unique features including a text-only reader mode, an annotation tool, and even Cortana integration. While extensions haven’t arrived yet, they should be coming before long, so Edge may be worth trying out.

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You Can Now Add Multiple Desktops


Being able to run a few apps at once is the great benefit of an operating system like Windows. Running too many, though, can get overwhelming. Now, Microsoft is finally adding the ability to create and manage multiple desktops. You can add new desktops, quickly move windows between them, and jump between desktops by pressing Win-Tab. This may not be all that useful for average users, but those of us who do a lot of work with our machines will appreciate the feature.
Windows Now Has a Central Notification Center


Nearly every OS—from Android to iOS, OS X to Ubuntu—has had a central notification area for some time. Microsoft is finally adding this much-needed feature to Windows 10. You can click the notification tray icon in the lower-right side of the screen or press Win-A to open up your notifications. It may take a while for some apps to make use of the new system—Google famously got tired of waiting and made their own notification system in Chrome—but many system notifications already show up here.
The notification tray also has links to various useful features like the Windows 10 Settings app, VPN settings, and quick toggles for things like location and Quiet Mode. If you have a Windows machine connected to a touchscreen, there’s also a button to quickly switch between desktop and tablet modes.
Universal Apps and Continuum Bridge Tablets and PCs in a Non-Stupid Way


Microsoft’s attempts to make desktops behave like a tablet was easily one of the worst aspects of Windows 8. While it was still usable, the focus on tablets took away from what made Windows a useful operating system in the first place. Continuum is a much better second attempt. As the video above shows, if you have a tablet or a touchscreen, you can enable a touch mode that behaves like a tablet. If you add a keyboard and mouse, you can switch to desktop mode.
Universal apps are the counterpart to this. While most Windows applications are designed for the desktop, Microsoft is increasingly trying to lead developers to create apps that alter their interface based on which device you’re running. There are already a few apps like Netflix, VLC, and Plex that work well on desktops, but will automatically adjust to touchscreens when necessary. While this may not be immediately useful to everyone, it does make the idea of getting a touch-compatible device enticing in the future.
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Nvidia driver wasn't forced. They must have excluded that.

I'm on 10 now. so far, only issue is ASUS DGX sound card doesn't have a W10 driver. Using audio through NVIDIA and my monitor.

Still playing, was able to do clean install via the following method:

Download ISO to USB via windows 10 link above

Update 8.1 to Windows 10 via the USB

Reboot to USB

Skip product key window

Perform Clean install

Skip Product key window when it reboots and gets into settings (do this twice)

Once you enter your windows logon, it's automatically updated.
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That's a non-issue with how many open source media centers are available.

This one looks REALLY strong.

http://www.team-mediaportal.com/mediaportal-2-download
I wasn't impressed with it. TV setup isn't intuitive, can't minimize by default, and I know this should be unrelated but now my wifi connection is jacked up after installing it. Slick GUI, though.

Oh, and a known issue where audio doesn't play. I may try reinstalling and seeing if I can fix it.
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Updated it not too long ago.

Did you guys see the whole wifi sharing?

http://www.wired.com/2015/07/share-n...fi-windows-10/

Going to disable this when I can.
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installed but video and nic issues

gonna work on it tonight, I think I have the right drivers now.

Greg is right, nvidia stuff isnt in the install and needs to be downloaded.
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Updated it not too long ago.

Did you guys see the whole wifi sharing?

http://www.wired.com/2015/07/share-n...fi-windows-10/

Going to disable this when I can.
I literally have none of that shit registered on my desktop. I created a windows or live or whatever account because it was required for 8 and left it at that. I have no contacts, its all on Google.
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Sweet, sweet privacy problems

https://edri.org/microsofts-new-smal...l-data-abused/

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By default, when signing into Windows with a Microsoft account, Windows syncs some of your settings and data with Microsoft servers, for example “web browser history, favorites, and websites you have open” as well as “saved app, website, mobile hotspot, and Wi-Fi network names and passwords”. Users can however deactivate this transfer to the Microsoft servers by changing their settings.

More problematic from a data protection perspective is however the fact that Windows generates a unique advertising ID for each user on a device. This advertising ID can be used by third parties, such as app developers and advertising networks for profiling purposes.

Also, when device encryption is on, Windows automatically encrypts the drive Windows is installed on and generates a recovery key. The BitLocker recovery key for the user’s device is automatically backed up online in the Microsoft OneDrive account.

Microsoft’s updated terms also state that they collect basic information “from you and your devices, including for example “app use data for apps that run on Windows” and “data about the networks you connect to.”

Users who chose to enable Microsoft’s personal assistant software “Cortana” have to live with the following invasion to their privacy: “To enable Cortana to provide personalized experiences and relevant suggestions, Microsoft collects and uses various types of data, such as your device location, data from your calendar, the apps you use, data from your emails and text messages, who you call, your contacts and how often you interact with them on your device. Cortana also learns about you by collecting data about how you use your device and other Microsoft services, such as your music, alarm settings, whether the lock screen is on, what you view and purchase, your browse and Bing search history, and more.” But this is not all, as this piece of software also analyses undefined “speech data”: “we collect your voice input, as well your name and nickname, your recent calendar events and the names of the people in your appointments, and information about your contacts including names and nicknames.”

But Microsoft’s updated privacy policy is not only bad news for privacy. Your free speech rights can also be violated on an ad hoc basis as the company warns:

“We will access, disclose and preserve personal data, including your content (such as the content of your emails, other private communications or files in private folders), when we have a good faith belief that doing so is necessary to”, for example, “protect their customers” or “enforce the terms governing
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So much for clearly understandable and straightforward terms of service.
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So far, I'm loving the OS. 4 way snap, brilliant. Edge...pretty nice, though seems it doesn't support plug ins, so probably still useless.

Outside of driver issues, I've not experience a hiccup. Everything just feels familiar. Start menu, my god...this is what 8 should have been.

full screen windows apps are gone, absolutely love that. PIN option for sign in now instead of password. Much faster logon. Haven't played with the task view much yet.
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I have my original drive that was in my laptop may toss it back in and give it a shot
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Just installed on my computer. Definitely didn't force an Nvidia driver as I'm currently working with one monitor in portrait as I download the win10 driver because my other one isn't working and I'm too lazy to flip this bitch lol.

And Karlen, almost all of those privacy concerns you're freaking out about I just unchecked as I was installing my copy. As for Cortana sending your search bullshit to Microsoft, that's about 100% inline with what google and Apple currently do every time you search for anything on your smartphone.
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So I should be like, totally cool with Microsoft having access to my files on my computer, right?
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Dude just go to windows 95 homie. I don't even know what you're talking about anymore. Do you have a smartphone?
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I am liking 10 so far, I have not ran into any driver issues at all. The only thing I am really kind of annoyed with so far is the fact that in 8.1 I could assign separate wallpapers to each of my monitors, which was nice since one is in portrait mode. So far I have only been able to figure out how to either use 3840x1080 wallpapers or one 1920x1080 image that repeats on both monitors, both of which look stupid as hell.
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Just stick to your NES and CRT tv Karlen
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