It’s time to chase reliability instead of shiny new features.
There’s no question that Windows 10 is better than Windows 8. Even after launch, it continues to improve by leaps and bounds, thanks to a rapid update cadence never seen before in the history of the world’s most used operating system.
Much of this is a result of Microsoft’s change in its Windows strategy. With Windows 10, Microsoft has shifted from a perpetual licensing model that requires you to pay for a new license whenever a major upgrade comes around to a Windows as a service model that provides patches and adds new features continually for the lifetime of your device.
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RIP to a legend.
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You’ll need this vice (the versatile commodore emulator) Download from http://viceemu.sourceforge.net for your Windows or Linux PC.
Microsoft Ends Free Windows 7 Security Updates
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Ready to reinstall Windows? Are you really? Let’s look at your options...
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Between Windows 1.1, two retro theme packs, and a Stranger Things 3 game, Microsoft is really going all out on nostalgia.
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