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    Windows 10 at 6 months

    Fairly reasonable assessment of Windows 10 by Ed Bott at Windows 10 at six months: Ready for primetime?. More business oriented but still useful.

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    I agree with the article for the most part, especially the business end of it, as I run my system similarly under that model.
    Windows 10 is ready for prime time.
    But I still think Cortana is a gimmicky Apple knock off and One Drive is a long standing MS joke.

    Any IT tech with even half a brain can easily rein in any privacy and bandwidth issues, either real or perceived, in Windows 10.
    And contrary to what ANYBODY says, Windows 10 is not at all difficult to learn relative to other MS operating systems, especially in a corporate environment.

    Edge and many Windows apps still have a ways to go, but 3rd party apps are still the norm for many regardless.
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    JoeP, hello.

    I can vouch for the easiness of W-10. My only problem was with a driver for an old HP Laserjet, got over it.

    None of the persons that I help on W-10 wants to go back to previous build. Jean.

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    Here's another assessment by Tom McNamara.
    Windows 10: six-month report card
    http://download.cnet.com/blog/downlo...h-report-card/

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