FIVE REASONS WHY I HATE WINDOWS 10

FIVE REASONS WHY I HATE WINDOWS 10

First, Windows 10 sneaks into my desktop computer without my consent during periods that it is idle and I’m gone.

Second, Windows 10 is intrusive.   It changes my desktop computer internal configuration without my knowledge or consent.  For example my desktop directories filing system is re-arranged to suit the personal taste and style of Microsoft’s’ software engineers.    For example, when I try to find my stuff I have to go on a fishing expedition.  Guess whose time is wasted?

Third,  Each update of Windows 10 brings random incompatibilities with other equipment-developers’ drivers.  Even Hewlett-Packard printer-drivers are not seamlessly compatible and coordinated with Windows 10.

Fourth, Windows 10 opening screen is a big in-my-face, pushy, blunt commercial advertisement to Microsoft’s products.  Often with little or no substantiation.

Fifth,  There is no escape for non-geek users like myself from Windows 10.

 

 

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About Mandy Lender

Mandy Lender, MD is an author, physician, public speaker, volunteer and adventurer. He published two books and two more books are in progress. Links: www.mandylender.com www.google.com/+MandyLenderMasterAttractor www.karkinosfarm.com www.visionofhabakkuk.com
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