I use a pin code, I'm sure you can change that in the settings.Phantom wrote:Has there been any word on if users will still have to log in with a Windows/Outlook account in order to access the computer? I would prefer the old Windows 7 sign in method to be honest.
No of course not. They will tell when you can download it, but you don't have to. If you are a Windows 7 user it's best you don't download it straight away, till the computer nerds have worked out it will work and pass the verdict on it. Plus if it's no good then there will be a lot of egg on Microsoft's faces and the company will be in deep s*** .CrazyCrazy wrote:I don't understand, so windows 10 will be installed on to my computer even though I don't want it?
It's not actually out yet so you can't say it's horrible. None of the video's of it are the final version of it.CrazyCrazy wrote:That's your opinion and one I do not share, I think it looks horrible.hugo wrote:And it looks faaaar better than W8.1, let alone W7.
Bilbo, as someone who upgraded to W8, wrecked havoc with my old PC and ended up going back to W7, my advice is wait. As you're not that excited anyway, let the tech geeks try it thoroughly and give their reviews and then you can decide. It's all the secondary shit that annoys me, like third party software that needs a new driver and all that kind of crap. If you wait a few months, it'll be patched better and your non-Windows software may have a chance to catch up (except last.fm who are still living in Windows 95 I think ). It says it's free for the first year from release, so it hasn't got to be done today.CrazyCrazy wrote:My friend said I can revert back to W7 if I don't like it, true or a pack of lies?