PeterO wrote:It's irrelevant !
I have no MS machines, and my employer only just moved to W7. Hopefully I'll never see it.
It's irrelevant to you
In a world where the vast majority of computers are running Microsoft Windows, your comment couldn't make any less
sense even if you wanted it to. This is like saying "Cars... pffft! They're irrelevant"
I'll bet that 1% of you have tried it just to say "I've tried it"
, and of the 1%, I'll wager that you're going into this with pre-conceived social bias >> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_co ... ial_biases
LOOKING for fault, instead of being open minded, well balanced and seeing how things have improved massively
I've been using the TP builds since day 1, and they've been nothing short of fantastic. Microsoft have admitted their faults and have made amends with the way Windows 10 is being developed, by directly engaging members of the TP membership and by listening to feedback in order to shape design decisions. If you think your favourite OS (other than Windows) is somehow "better" than Windows 10, you are blinded by bias, and/or you just don't want to like Windows, and no amount of discussion will change your mind. Software is a huge variable, and that huge variable is multiplied by infinity due to the endless potential hardware configs and platforms. Linux is JUST as bad on hardware of equal age, and to deny that is just silly.
Build 9926 (came out last Sat) is working well thus far, but I haven't tested exhaustively - the initial build was VERY fast and very stable, and that is a worldwide concencus, not a personal opinion alone, and it can only get better.
Anyway, off I go - too hungry to sit and waffle. Toodle pip