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[–] Billy_Crystals 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

<- Likes win 10

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[–] nickolaibobieskai 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

As a system administrator and avid adopter of new tech at home, I really think Windows 10 needs a few more months in the oven. To me, it's pretty clear that windows 10's initial release was timed to catch the back-to-school rush. They knew that the Windows as a service model will add more polish in the coming months.

That said, this being another major philosophical adjustment from MS, I don't expect Windows 10 to really be fully polished until Late 2016 to 1H 2017. It's been the pattern since XP. XP was a rough beast at release. But after a couple SP's it was great. Vista sucked until SP1. Windows 7 was mostly Vista SP3. Windows 8 sucked until 8.1. (unless you're a whiner who can't adjust to a new interface).

As a sysadmin, I'm not even considering running windows 10 on any work systems for at least another year.

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[–] misterindie 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

As a sysadmin, I have been running Windows 10 exclusively since February at home and at work. The only gotcha for me has been waiting for the final RSAT tools to be released. Other than that, I have no problems as of now on 2 desktops, 2 laptops, and a tablet.

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[–] mastersword130 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

What if windows 10 keeps freezing my laptop at the boot screen and I have the factory reset disk for it. Can I just wipe everything and install windows 7?

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[–] 1826196? [S] 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

According to this thread, you can. There have been some discussions about whether or not the Windows 10 license voids the old Windows 7 license, but this thread says that it doesn't, so as long as you have the media to reinstall the old OS you should be ok, but I'm just waiting to see what happens after the 30 days to see if that's really true or not.