( 3.9 Average / 14 Ratings )
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Windows 10 isn't without it's faults, the constant issues with windows explorer needing to be randomly restarted. all the time has been a real pain, other than that it's run very stable.
Purchased this becfause it was strangely less expensive to get a full copy of the game on a USB drive than the expected DVD images.
Glad I made the choice. the USB 3.0 drive makes setup and installing the OS refreshingly fast over the optical drive, and I didn't have a drive to spare for an OS install. Fresh install, drivers, and a run through of ShutUp10, and Windows 10 Pro has been a fantastic OS for this new hardware.
I started with Windows 7 Ultimate, then I upgraded to Windows 10 Pro, so I didn't have to pay a damn dime for a license of my own. But it did come with one problem, when the upgrade succeeded, my Windows 10 Pro wasn't activated, so I got onto the phone with Microsoft, and they activated my OS, so I now have a genuine copy.
Full retail copy, didn't want to go the grey market Kinguin route. I have a beautiful, amazing, spectacular slip of paper with a CD key on it. Also, the world's cheapest all-plastic USB drive. But at least it's 16GB.
This brings me to the next one, which is a total lie. I dont have windows 10 pro, but I do have windows 10 education (which isn’t an option of the pcpartpicker website) which I procured a free version thanks to my university. However, I was planing on adding a partition soon for a Linux distribution. I’ve got a Ubuntu system running, but I was wondering if any of you pros out there could recommend me a better Linux distribution. But Windows is great too, don’t get me wrong, but there’s is just something about a UNIX system that makes a boy wobble at the knees
Painful purchase, but I wanted networking capabilities.
IF there was anything else i could run and play games on, i probably would. Windows has been a messy OS since literally forever. i would convert to a Hackintosh if there was more game support.
Full of bloat and spyware. Required for using my processor as it doesn't support the OS I wanted. If I had a choice I would be using Windows 7 still.
Typical Windows, full of bloatware and security vulnerabilities. However, is way more customizable and compatible than Os X.
Pros: - Customizable and user-friendly.
Cons: - Bloatware.