All the people missing out on the cool Windows 10 features because they're paranoid about privacy.
All the people missing out on the cool Linux features because they care about muh games.
>Turn off all suggestions
Wow. It's fucking nothing.
You Linux drones sure get butthurt over the littlest of things.
Personally, I find the non-intrusive suggestions helpful.
The only really cool feature I found is being able to cast shit to Kodi on my firestick from Edge, but the bad thing about that is I'd have to use Edge
I like how it drefrags my hard drivers by itself.
All my hard disk are at 0% fragmentation at any time, I don't even notice when Windows does the defraging .
This is the first time I've been at 0% fragmentation with having more than 90% capacity filled.
>for my desktop it has to be Windows 10.
>I like how it drefrags my hard drivers by itself.
If I'm not mistaken it has been like this since W7.
The fact that Windows still uses that broken NT File System requires them to do so, it's the least they could do.
It was supposed to be cool but then those fuckers had to change the number to 10.
pff @ OP thinking that the only reasons for switching were for privacy concerns
Just install Windows 10, anon.
I did it yesterday and it's been great so far.
Whatever. There is something a 10 shill could help me with though. Apparently now you clean install windows 10 without upgrade shit with 7/8 key. But does that key have to be genuine, or are those few everyone in the world used to install pirated w7 work too?
I too love the Windows™ 10™ experience™. Browsing the internet has never been better™.
All this Telemetry™ bullshit just scares new users™ away even tough it's not even grounded on reality™.
>cool windows 10 features
Having 3 different apps installed to look at images and listen to music isnt a feature, MS.
The app store isnt a feature when there's fuck all on it that's useful.
The search bar isnt a feature when it's been around since Vista.
Bing is not a feature.
The start menu isnt a feature. It's supposed to be there.
Advertisements in the start menu isnt a feature. It doesnt help the user in any way.
Making everything on the screen 90% white to the point that I feel like I'm going blind isnt a feature.
Muh flat design it's the future isnt a feature.
Watchdog errors and bluescreens arent features.
And putting "Get Windows 10" on every computer I own and having me remove it 3 times on all of them isnt a feature.
It's actually really annoying and made me install Vista on my laptop.
Oh, and being worse than Vista isnt a feature.
Spying (inb4 hurr durr nothin to hide)
Uninstalling programs without your permission
OS level advertising
Badly implemented features Linux has had for decades, like workspaces
Windows (TM) App Store (TM)
Windows is not ready for the desktop.
if paint tool sai was on linux I would use linux
I don't even know if my graphics tablet has drivers on linux