I'm upgrading right away if it doesn't remove any software like upgrading from windows 8 to the preview version does.
and of course the security issues... right now with my win 7, my Avast virus scanner, 2 firewalls, and Malware scanner I am very safe and comfortable really. but! with the new Hyped windows 10 os... I believe their may be some security holes that can be exploited in it's early stages.
Quote from: chuckskyline on June 26, 2015, 06:55:22 PMB) speaking of support you are biding your time and playing with fire. MS will (at some point in time) stop supporting Win 7 with security updates thus being a more vulnerable against attacks.heh. you know that win7 has got a bunch of security updates, win 10 hasn't? so win10 is more vulnerable. there will be a break-even point where win10 got enough security updates to fix the millions of bugs microsoft always puts in their OS, but noone knows when it will be. until then win7 is safer than win10.also the people that aren't aware of security issues normally upgrade their OS right away so it's more profitable to search security holes in win10 than in win7 making it even more vulnerable just because it doesn't cost anything and so anybody can upgrade it without pay threshold in mind.
B) speaking of support you are biding your time and playing with fire. MS will (at some point in time) stop supporting Win 7 with security updates thus being a more vulnerable against attacks.
i laugh everytime i see somebody pulling on WorldofBay to overtake clean.biggest mistake ever.
Poor planning is a big problem for a lot of EA titles
I can't update because Corsair Link doesn't work on Windows 10 yet...... So it won't be until Corsair fix their dang drivers that I upgrade. Oh, and Broadcomm updates some drivers too. My wifi card won't work either >_>