|Subject:||Re: Windows 10 will be FREE for W7 and higher Windows Versions
|Date:||Wed, 3 Jun 2015 20:51:18 +0200
|From:||"Anders Jonsson" <anders.jonssonREMOVE@THISorrspelet.se>
If I read the information correctly on the link to Microsofts Swedish site,
you will not be able to download an ISO file if you want a free upgrade.
I dont't see this as a big problem. I don't think upgrading OS-version is
worth the hassel. The reason I will upgrade is only to test and see if
Paradox works as expected. I will move to Windows 10 in the same pace as I
buy new PC's. Unless I see really big advantages with the new OS, which I
As to VLC, I assume they will upgrade it and make a version available that
runs on Windows 10.
"Tom Krieg" skrev i meddelandet news:firstname.lastname@example.org...
I suspect, as with Windows7, a clean install will be the best option.
Windows7 allowed a clean install, even when you bought an upgrade. (As
long as you had a previous version). I hope Windows10 has the same
ability from the downloaded iso.
I suspect you're right about DVDs. Movies have always required separate
software. I use VLC. Microsoft says that media player will be
uninstalled because it has issues with Windows10.
On 3/06/2015 5:34 AM, Anders Jonsson wrote:
> I will surely upgrade a few of my test machines to see what happens with
> Regardnig DVDs - I assume that refers to DVD-movies, not the DVD disks
> in general??
> I think it has been that way since Windows 7 (or maybe it was 8).