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ohterryo

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There Was Always Problems With Windows Due To Updates and Browser Issues I Have Been a User Since Windows 98 upgrade from Windows 95 windows 10 is The Worst Yet : Not Surprised That My Acer Switch  10 Windows 8.would Not Run windows 10 but Neither Would My Acer With First I5 processor on Windows 7 This Cost Me Cash To Reinstall A Fresh Windows 7 Microsoft Said It Would Not Remove My Original Windows 7 but It Did .I Believe that Windows Operating System Costs Lots of Us Cash for Computer Repairs. Seems There is No Guarantee that Your Windows Operating System or Browser Will Even Work. Computer Makers Should Also Lack Faith in Microsoft   and .Lastly New Acer Switch 10 does Not Work or Works Poorly on Windows 10 .I Am Really Disappointed With Microsoft and Would Like to Here Comments from Other Users . 


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buddywiser

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I never like Windows 10. My favorite windows is 7. 


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jamesmehraa

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So I'm not the only one who is fed up with everyday updates. Seriously it would slow my laptop and consume my paid limited data. With the latest update, my system would restart after half an hour or so. And the problem is I can't even control these updates. If I restore my system then again it would auto update and ill be right there where I started. Windows Vista was best. I'm reinstalling it again.


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