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    Over 14 million machines update to Windows 10 in its first 24 hours

    And Microsoft launches a 90 day free Windows 10 Enterprise trial.
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    Re: Over 14 million machines update to Windows 10 in its first 24 hours

    "Enterprise, it is missing many key consumer apps like Mail, Calendar, People, Photos, or even Cortana and the Windows app store."

    Excellent. Less bloat. As far as I'm concerned that's a better version than home or pro!
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    Re: Over 14 million machines update to Windows 10 in its first 24 hours

    Quote Originally Posted by iranu View Post
    "Enterprise, it is missing many key consumer apps like Mail, Calendar, People, Photos, or even Cortana and the Windows app store."

    Excellent. Less bloat. As far as I'm concerned that's a better version than home or pro!
    Enterprise is only available with Volume licensing, not as Retail like Home/Pro.

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    Re: Over 14 million machines update to Windows 10 in its first 24 hours

    But on machines that I don't intend upgrading any time soon, is it easy to make the stupid nag icon go away?

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    Re: Over 14 million machines update to Windows 10 in its first 24 hours

    Quote Originally Posted by iranu View Post
    "Enterprise, it is missing many key consumer apps like Mail, Calendar, People, Photos, or even Cortana and the Windows app store."

    Excellent. Less bloat. As far as I'm concerned that's a better version than home or pro!
    Most it appears uninstallable. At least it let me uninstall them (except cortana and the app store). I running the pro version.

    Had to force the upgrade and it failed the first time with some odd error message. Guessed at uninstalled the AMD drivers and the second time worked...
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    Re: Over 14 million machines update to Windows 10 in its first 24 hours

    Quote Originally Posted by f350 View Post
    Enterprise is only available with Volume licensing, not as Retail like Home/Pro.
    and VL activation is the same as 8.1
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    Re: Over 14 million machines update to Windows 10 in its first 24 hours

    Quote Originally Posted by iranu View Post
    "Enterprise, it is missing many key consumer apps like Mail, Calendar, People, Photos, or even Cortana and the Windows app store."

    Excellent. Less bloat. As far as I'm concerned that's a better version than home or pro!
    That was exactly my reaction, my principle reason for refusing W10, free or otherwise, being the privacy implications of those apps .... and the MS account.

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    Re: Over 14 million machines update to Windows 10 in its first 24 hours

    I would have upgraded my (seldom used) Windows desktop VM if I could have easily found which retail version allows use in a VM. But I can't ... so I won't - and VM stays on WindowsXP.

    (Reading between the lines it looks like W10Pro is the one I need - but that's >£100. Of course, maybe I can upgrade from XP to 7Pro and then get my free upgrade that way - hee hee)

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    Re: Over 14 million machines update to Windows 10 in its first 24 hours

    Already had my first "This is the Windows server centre, your computer has critical errors" call since upgrading. I guess upgrade time is harvest time for scammers.

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    Re: Over 14 million machines update to Windows 10 in its first 24 hours

    Quote Originally Posted by DanceswithUnix View Post
    But on machines that I don't intend upgrading any time soon, is it easy to make the stupid nag icon go away?
    Can't you just uninstall KB3035583?

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    Re: Over 14 million machines update to Windows 10 in its first 24 hours

    Where's Aero ??

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    Re: Over 14 million machines update to Windows 10 in its first 24 hours

    Quote Originally Posted by azrael- View Post
    Can't you just uninstall KB3035583?
    Yes.

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    Re: Over 14 million machines update to Windows 10 in its first 24 hours

    Quote Originally Posted by OilSheikh View Post
    Where's Aero ??
    If you mean transparency task / program bars, you have to turn it back on under personilsation -> colours

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    Re: Over 14 million machines update to Windows 10 in its first 24 hours

    Quote Originally Posted by Brian224 View Post
    Already had my first "This is the Windows server centre, your computer has critical errors" call since upgrading. I guess upgrade time is harvest time for scammers.
    I had a similar but pre-Win10 call a few months back. It went something like ....

    Phone: ring-ring

    Me: Hello

    Caller: Good morning, sir, I'm calling about the problems with your Windows computer, and I'd ....

    Me: I don't have a Windows computer.

    Me: .....hello? .... hello?

    Phone : click, brrrrrrrrrrrr.



    In my defence, I was utterly truthful. I don't have "a" Windows computer, I have, if I counted right, 13 of them.

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    Re: Over 14 million machines update to Windows 10 in its first 24 hours

    14 million...... I thought I felt a disturbance in the force, as if millions of people read the user agreement and were suddenly silenced.

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    Re: Over 14 million machines update to Windows 10 in its first 24 hours

    14 million people opening their PCs to upload user activity and ID data to Microsoft's servers forever. What joy, what rejoicing much be running like a tremor of ecstasy in the hearts of all at M$oft, and the CIA and NSA, and more..?

    http://www.computing.co.uk/ctg/news/2420044/backlash-grows-over-privacy-in-freemium-windows-10

    I will wait until this is satisfactorily resolved, or stick with my existing installations, then maybe move away from Microsoft altogether.

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