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Windows 7 is the best operating system. You can't prove me wrong.
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b-but muh directX12
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>>68010674
It hurts to admit it, but you're right. I hate windows 10
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>>68010674
im on windows 10 ltsc 2019. seems alright. 7 was supreme but is missing too many features. simple shit like dual monitor task bars
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>>68010796
Just pirate DisplayFusion, faggot.
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>Windows Aero
Useless bloat
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>>68010674
It's not the best operating system for programming, but it's comfy for everything else, it even looks good after installing the Tango patcher.
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>>68010674
my only complaint is that it boots slower than win10 or most linux distros. But I don't mind wating a bit longer at boot time to get a superior OS in the end.
Oh yeah, also battery life is not as good as win10. Details.
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>>68010823
lol. im not using a buggy third party program so i can add something that the os should of had to begin with.
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>>68010696
no one uses directX 12
Vulkan is way more superior and can run on anything with a gpu and the correct drivers
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8.1 is better all around

And yeah yeah blah blah 4GB DX9 blah blah fuck off Femanon
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>>68010974
as long as gpu supports it, just like in dx12 case
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>>68011313
>I am going to nitpick as much as possible and point out a bug that 3 people found at some point
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>>68011432
Thanks, I will
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>>68011432
or just remove them completely from the installation media with MSMG toolkit
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>>68010674
>Not using Windows Embedded Point of Service Ready 7
Kek.
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Why do wangtards think their gay operating system is welcome on /g/?
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>>68010856
Nah... I rather use the superior Windows 10 Enterprise, since Windows 7 when fully updated have more telemetry enabled than a proper set up Enterprise have.
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>>68011348
if your GPU doesn't support it then OS doesn't matter
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>>68011602
>People actually believe this
The state of this board
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>>68011626
>People eating red colored blue pills thinking they know things
The state of this board

>>68011591
Is your neckbeard typing these autistic posts?
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Is Windows 10 salvageable at this point? Holy fuck the UI alone is a goddamn mess
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>>68011479
and then again after every update
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>>68010674
lol windowz lickers
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>>68011671
>allowing major updates on Windows 10
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>>68011738
yeah we all know how it ends, next update will feature automatic format d:/
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>>68011671
i dont know about windows 10 but i updated my 8.1 embedded and only got security updates
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win10 is good, i like it
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>>68011667
Works on my machine.

>>68011758
>d:/
Never heard of that address.
Unless you're retarded and meant D:\
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>>68011432
Thanks I certainly am
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>>68011804
if you wouldnt be retarded then you would know d:/ is a valid address, try it out
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>>68011819
And typing adres in google will still give you hits on address.
Windows does it because they know people don't know the difference between :\ and :/

>non-capitalized drive letter
And you're still a retard.
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>having automatic updates enabled
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>>68011838
we are talking about windows here, just stop embarrassing yourself
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>>68011849
>talking to yourself
>posting retard images directed at himself.
Projecting skill 100
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>>68011862
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>>68011882
Keep going.
It's amusing that you're trying to defend the point that you are too retarded to type D:\
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>>68010674
>assrapes 7 for nine days straight
It's almost offensive how nu nu-/g/ is.
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>>68010674
>registry
>no support for filesystems other than FAT32 and NTFS
>one available DE that sucks ass
>no multiple workspaces
>hard to rice
>slow
>bad hardware compatibility
>no package manager
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>>68011651
no matter what you do everything will go to shit next every update, just give up
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>>68012048
>registry
A hundred billion times better than thousands of dot-files scattered around your hard drive.
>no support for filesystems other than FAT32 and NTFS
For small volumes and large volumes respectively. Perfect.
>one available DE
That's awesome.
>that sucks ass
Funny way to write "so good and dominant, that everybody else has been ripping it off for decades".
>no multiple workspaces
Been available since Windows 3.1's SDK.
>hard to rice
Doesn't need to be riced (see points 3 and 3.5).
>slow
The bald-faced lie.
>bad hardware compatibility
Two in a row.
>no package manager
We don't need silly walled gardens - we have software absolutely everywhere, delivered any way we like.

Troll quality: 1/10. KYS faggot.
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>>68012124
>A hundred billion times better than thousands of dot-files scattered around your hard drive.
Hurr I don't understand how loonix works so it must be bad!
>Funny way to write "so good and dominant, that everybody else has been ripping it off for decades".
That's apple's DE you're describing, whatever it's called. Windows' desktop is copied only by OSs and DEs aiming at oldfag tech illiterate office drones who can't learn new things. Even Ubuntu, the most popular linux distro has something different.
>Been available since Windows 3.1's SDK.
So how do you switch workspaces in win 7?
>We don't need silly walled gardens - we have software absolutely everywhere, delivered any way we like.
Yes goyim, it's far superior to have 46 different updaters for all the shitware you install.

And yes, it is slow and it seems to degrade with time. Even if you keep it relatively clean and not install a ton of shovelware it will start to create problems after some years.
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>>68010674
>You can't prove me wrong.
I don't even want.
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>>68012301
>Hurr I don't understand how loonix works so it must be bad!
The projection is palpable. It was actually the other way around: the registry is the next evolutionary step from ASCII text configuration. You're the one bawling from being left behind.
>That's apple's DE you're describing, whatever it's called. Windows' desktop is copied only by OSs and DEs aiming at oldfag tech illiterate office drones who can't learn new things. Even Ubuntu, the most popular linux distro has something different.
Everything since Windows 95 has been a ripoff of Windows 95. Your barely-coherent rambling confirms your enraging subconscious realisation of this.
>So how do you switch workspaces in win 7?
Download a 50KB EXE. There are billions of them, using all sorts of methods. My favourite is to use the Terminal Services API to switch displays - but if you want to get your hands dirty, we've had the desktop switching functions of Winlogon for 25 years now. It's about 10 lines of C. You're a loonix faggot - you can code, riiiiight?
>Yes goyim, it's far superior to have 46 different updaters for all the shitware you install.
Shitware. That's what you call the high-quality, professional software we use - that people pay thousands of dollars for - while no-one touches your "pure" shit even though it's free.

As an aside, it's hilarious how freetards will suddenly espouse vendor lock-in (in this case, reliance on your distro's walled garden for updates) as soon as they think it will help them win an argument. Sad - and transparently hypocritical.
>And yes, it is slow and it seems to degrade with time. Even if you keep it relatively clean and not install a ton of shovelware it will start to create problems after some years.
Ahh, so you're admitting it's your own stupid fault? Pathetic.

Troll quality: 0/10. I recommend euthanising your entire family.
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Windows Vista is everything i need out of Windows 7 but Microsoft stopped caring about it. It is, in my opinion, the best Windows version.
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>>68012471
>Download a 50KB EXE
So it's not supported, and you need to use 3rd party programs. Yes, I can get my hands dirty, you triple nigger, but I'm not doing that on a fucking proprietary paid OS when this shit works OOB on virtually everything other than Wangblows and Temple OS. You seem clinically retarded, so I'm not even going to bother addressing your degenerate misunderstanding of elementary logic.
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>>68010856
Hey, I love you. I unironically started using Win 7 just because you do, it is worth it. Also, I would be blessed if you could show me your soles.
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>>68012587
imbecile
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>>68012518
nobody has this opinion
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>>68013035
The only people who don't have this opinion are people who never used Vista. I still occasionally see Vista machines in the wild - people don't want to change from it. It was MS's last "kitchen sink" Windows release, with everything you could possibly want inbox.
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>>68012587
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>>68012587
>im too fucking stupid to download a 50k exe
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>>68014055
>>68014139
B-b-but his walled garden repo makes it superior to Wangblows(TM)(R)!

He went full freetard. You never go full freetard.
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>>registry
>A hundred billion times better than thousands of dot-files scattered around your hard drive.
You forgot that those files are easily readable wth any UTF8 reader.
For *.sam files ... Your fucked.


>>one available DE
>That's awesome.
Nope, on an headless Server, there shouldn't be a DE by default.
That 1% used to run the DE is a 1% lost for a wattage per cpu usage point-of-view.


>>no package manager
>We don't need silly walled gardens - we have software absolutely everywhere, delivered any way we like.
Lel, that's why you cant be sure that 2 Servers are running 100% the same software...
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>>68010674
>Windows 7 is the best operating system
no
Windows 10 is currently the best os
Windows 7 is the best LOOKING os
I hate it when people confuse functionality with design
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I lost my windows 7 ultimate sp1 iso after deciding to try this shit known as "windows 10". Does anyone know where a good copy might be obtained?
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>>68014299
>*.sam files
C:\>dir *.sam /s /a
Volume in drive C is VHD-System
Volume Serial Number is BAAD-F00D

Directory of c:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc

11/06/2009 07.39 3,683 lmhosts.sam
1 File(s) 3,683 bytes

Directory of c:\Windows\winsxs\x86_microsoft-windows-lmhsvc_31bf3856ad364e35_6.
1.7601.17514_none_54c852524e9853ee

11/06/2009 07.39 3,683 lmhosts.sam
1 File(s) 3,683 bytes

Total Files Listed:
2 File(s) 7,366 bytes
0 Dir(s) 27,264,552,960 bytes free

They're called "registry hives", anon. I know pulled "sam files" out of your ass because you were too stupid to grant yourself enough privs to read C:\Windows\System32\Config\SAM - so you thought you'd try to sound smart. epic-fail.png
>you too stupid to know that those files are easily readable
With the registry editor built into every install of 32-bit Windows in the last 25 years.

>on a headless server
We run Server Core, which has been around for 10 years.

>wattage
Poorfag concerns. But that's why you're running Linux, I suppose.

>Lel, that's why you cant be sure that 2 Servers are running 100% the same software...
Just wow. Slashdot, motherboard.vice and thereg are going to want hear about your shocking discovery that an exe or msi file works once and then vaporises itself. They will be blown away when you exclusively reveal that dism /capture-image and /apply-image don't exist. And you will be world famous when it leaks that VHD(X)s are just a figment of our imagination.

Reminder, because you didn't read the post RIGHT BEFORE YOURS: don't go full freetard anon. It's what gives you the extreme credibility issues you have - which has the direct result of why nobody outside of poorfags and penny-pinchers wants to touch your shit.
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>>68010674
windows 7, ubuntu and macos are the only options for OSs for adults
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>>68014805
https://tb.rg-adguard.net/public.php

A one-stop shop. Generates links directly to MS's servers. Can't get "good copy"-er than that.
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>>68014344
>Windows 7 is the best LOOKING os
>What is GNU/Linux with fucktons of DEs, even more fucktons of themes etc
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>>68010942
>should of
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>>68014891
Cheers, bro.
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>>68014821

>>you too stupid to know that those files are easily readable
>With the registry editor built into every install of 32-bit Windows in the last 25 years.
Made me chuckle :)

>>wattage
>Poorfag concerns. But that's why you're running Linux, I suppose.
Nice one, gonna copy-pasta it on Mac-fags threads :)

>Just wow. Slashdot, motherboard.vice and thereg are going to want hear about your shocking discovery that an exe or msi file works once and then vaporises itself. They will be blown away when you exclusively reveal that dism /capture-image and /apply-image don't exist. And you will be world famous when it leaks that VHD(X)s are just a figment of our imagination.

So you have to make a copy for the first installation and use it for every machine after that first one ?
How do you upgrade perfectly all your installations all at once ?
Do you have to reinstall the first image on the test-machine, upgrade it and then use it to reimage it in every other machines ?
Seriously, pic related...
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>>68015110
Literally everything in this post, I've already answered. Ideological blinkers truly are blinding. Shit dude, just stick with your 50 year-old OS - you can't comprehend anything more evolved.
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>>68015110
Why don't you go hack a sam file for us. Or mebbe deploy Win8 home on your servers. :^)
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>>68010674
>have to pay monthly fee
HAHAHAHAHAHA
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>>68010856
begone tranny
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>>68011313
pajeet woman
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>>68011804
Windows 10 would be more usable with a dark file explorer
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>>68011667
I don't see anything wrong with that pic. You might not like it, but that's what peak performance looks like.
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>>68012301
>Even Ubuntu, the most popular linux distro has something different.
Uhh...
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>>68011839
you arent getting anything more than security updates so whats your problem?
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>>68010674
There's a reason why silver light was shit canned. Xp was better
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>>68012124
Damn you're brainwashed if you think ntfs or fat is perfect. You can't ever transfer files past 4-8gb
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>>68014900
>even more fucktons of themes
all of them bad
every single one
show me 3 (THREE) good looking linux themes
no, arc, adapta and similar meme themes don't look good
no, tiling wm's don't look good
no, putting a minimalistic animu wallpaper and an uguu kawaii animu girl in a small window does not make it look good
is the theme consistent?
does it support proper desktop icon grid like windows or kde does?
no, ">desktop icons" is not an argument, it is very important for productivity
no, circular window control buttons don't look good
no, dock does not look good
no, a unusable top panel (like in gnome) does not look good
no, giant font size with small spacing does not look good, like xfce whiskas menu
no, mimicking an already existing macos or windows theme does not look good on linux
no, minimal flatshit does not look good
no, haiku, beos or other similar oldschool themes don't look good
no, replying to this post with ad hominem arguments does not make your argument valid
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>>68011804
>clockwise from top left:
>Win XP
>Win 10
>Win 7
>Win 8.1
>Win 10
Jesus Christ just choose a style and stick with it M$
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>>68016121
>Xp was better
XP was fine in it's day. But if you think it's better than 7 then you're probably an NPC 10 user.
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>>68012124
> doesn't know about Osx journled
Registry files are a dinosaur relic like system 32
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windows 1.0 is better than 7
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>>68016004
Funnily enough, 10 actual has a very similar start menu bug, it happened to be when upgrading from 7 and had to change the clock.
I shit you not, if the system clock time changes start menu icons don't save and will just re-appear as they were before. The fix is just to wait until the time catches up.
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>>68016169
that calculator is 10, it has all the muh fluent design shit
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>>68016169
Windows 10 basic
Windows 10 settings
Code Writer isn't Win7
Windows 10 calc
Windows 10 Explorer.
There's nothing below Windows 10 in that image.
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>>68010867
this, every time I want to do some development everything is for linux and windows is an afterthought. Takes a lot of tinkering with settings and stuff to sort it out. Even so, notepad++ is a pretty good text editor, and from there I'm able to point to python.exe to compile python, or to gcc.exe to compile C/C++. now it works pretty well but it took an hour or so to set up at least for C.
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>>68011602
>fully updated
lol
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>>68012048
>>registry
it's not so bad although it is kind of a mess. It would be better to just have portable programs only that don't install and put shit all over the place. Although programs in linux put files all over the place too.
>>no support for filesystems other than FAT32 and NTFS
sure NTFS loses some space due to formatting but it's not a huge problem, and it works fine. what do you think is wrong with it?
>>one available DE that sucks ass
explain why only one DE is a bad thing. and that it sucks ass is just an opinion.
>>no multiple workspaces
wrong, there is a lot of free open source software available. I use Dexpot, and I can switch between one of 10 desktops at once, and it supports multiple monitors, multiple desktop backgrounds, and it can manage where programs open depending on what they're for. It has rules you can set for desktops as well. just because it doesn't come with the OS doesn't matter. In fact it's better that it's 3rd party since it's open source and not from microshart, which is a legitimate complaint IMO.
>>hard to rice
wrong. built into the OS you can change all the usual stuff like fonts, colors, sounds, and size of on screen elements. You can very easily change icons (easier IMO than in linux) by just putting some icon files in a folder and pointing things to use those icons, but at least in linux you don't have to keep doing this.
there are tons of things you can install to rice 7. I have classic shell, and programs to change my boot screen, etc etc.
>>slow
I know linux can be sub 1GB or even sub 500MB at idle, best I can do on 7 is ~1.2GB on idle, but I also run a ton of services I need to keep running for certain tasks. People who don't need it could disable those.
>>bad hardware compatibility
kek what? this has to be bait.
>>no package manager
1. don't need a package manager since you can just install shit from a file or unzip a folder wherever you want to, and
2. there is a package manager that exists.
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>>68010856
my nigga
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>>68010674
>Windows 7 "installer"
>USB3
*autistic screeching*
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>>68019709
> He dones't know ho to slipstream his drivers
*autistic screeching*
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>>68010674
thanks op
just installed on my new ssd
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>>68010674
Windows 7 is about a year from being completely discontinued.
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How do I update to W10 1803?

I've just freshly installed Windows 10 but it seems that the last update was pulled because it says that my Windows Build version is 17134.
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>>68020815
they will extend support until 2023, 2025 even. It's not clear how it's gonna work exactly (they're gonna charge) but it will happen.
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>>68020815
>Oh no my car isn't being produced anymore, i better discard it right away despite it being perfectly functioning and serviceable still

Consumerism is a disease

Also despite what m$ says they will still release major security fixes post-EOL like they did with XP during the ransomware attack wave earlier

For everything else there's a plethora of antivirus solutions besides MSE definitions
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Yup
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>>68010674
You can't prove you're right either.
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>>68011838
>Drive letters at all
One of the regrettable things windows inherited from DOS.
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It had arguably the best desktop interface but under-the-hood optimization and modernization are fairly lacking by 2018 standards.

Hell, even 8.1 was pretty solid once you got used to it.
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>>68010674
Ok
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For peasants yes it is.
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>>68015496
i'm using windows 7 at the moment with no monthly fee
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>>68012518
inferior hardware acceleration compared to 7, sadly
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Seems like the NATO and military in general agree seeing how much of their shit still runs on server 2008.
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>>68020934
>howdo 1803?
is this the w10 User equivalent of bugchasing?
idk dude, when even MS pulled the POS for exterminating random contents of your HD without trace, maybe want to reconsider your priorities
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>>68010856
Show benis.
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>>68010674

I've imaged something like 200 computers for work. I can safely say Win 10 is counter productive for laptops.
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>>68011651
win10 is finished
1809 is the biggest IT blunder of our generation
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>>68010856
ITS ACTUALLY TRANSPARENT URRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRGGGGGGGGGGGGGAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
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>>68010674
You have to FUCKING register a product key
t. Windows 98SE master race
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>>68022454
lol jokes on you all my files are backed up in my OneDrive™ account.
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>>68010856
>>68011313
Windows 7 is the typical gaudy pseudo-luxury garbage that was being produced at the time, and naming a user account with "user" in the name is pajeet-tier sloppiness, and Microsoft are based for making them suffer.
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>>68011591
>linuxfag projecting again
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>>68022973
jokes on YE
I keep my files in my filing cabinet
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>>68012124
>>slow
>The bald-faced lie.
Windows 7 is slow
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>>68014033
I haven't seen a Vista machine in the wild since, I dunno, maybe 2012 at the latest. There's a reason why Vista users all jumped on 7 as soon as it was released.
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>>68023057
>having hardcopies of files in current year+1
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>>68023101
>>>/a/
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>>68016154
t. hasn't used "wangblows" since 1997 and thinks that shit like DOS and FAT are still widely used.
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>>68016171
The only thing 7 has over XP is the file explorer, and even then it takes years to load thumbnails (and uses far too much CPU while doing so), which XP can do pretty much instantly.
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>>68023139
I use DOS as a rescue disk to fix up hard drives with bad sectors since it doesnt use much space
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> You can't prove me wrong.

Why are posting then? Just go masturbate over Bill Gate's picture or something and stop bothering us.
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>>68023109
anime website
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>>68021678
Assigning letters to volumes is much easier than dev\sda\whatever\bullshit. If you have more than 26 of those on one machine you're doing something wrong.
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>>68023206
What if your running a network with servers n shit
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>>68014055
>>68014139
>>68014243
seething and obvious samefaggotry, try to not use memes from 2010 next time you fucking autist, then maybe your samefaggery would be less apparant
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>>68016159
i wonder why nobody responded to your garbage post
>show me a good theme
>no not that one it sucks
>no not that one it sucks
>no not that o-you get the point you're a fucking moron with contrarian tastes
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>>68023360
Windows 98SE is freeware just get an iso
you can do more than linux tho
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>>68010674
indeed, tried out win10 in 2016 for a week and went back to win7
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>>68011602
Just avoid the telemetry updates.
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I only saw windows 7 in fiji a few days ago when i went there
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>>68010674
No, windows XP SP2 was the best windows based operating system. Windows 7 was the last good release though
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>>68023523
In case you do install those, paste these in .bat file and make a scheduled task that runs it every login as SYSTEM:

sc config DiagTrack start= disabled
sc stop DiagTrack
reg delete HKLM\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\WMI\AutoLogger\AutoLogger-Diagtrack-Listener /f
reg delete HKLM\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\WMI\AutoLogger\Diagtrack-Listener /f
reg delete HKLM\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\WMI\AutoLogger\SQMLogger /f
reg delete HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Diagnostics\DiagTrack /f
reg delete HKLM\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\DataCollection /f
takeown /f %ProgramData%\Microsoft\Diagnosis /A /r /d y
icacls %ProgramData%\Microsoft\Diagnosis /grant:r *S-1-5-32-544:F /T /C
del /f /q %ProgramData%\Microsoft\Diagnosis\*.rbs
del /f /q /s %ProgramData%\Microsoft\Diagnosis\ETLLogs\*
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>>68023573
Whats a bat file
all i know is that some year 7s keep putting them on the collab, which crash the computer when opened
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>>68023592
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batch_file
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>>68023614
Can I get a quick rundown?
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>>68023654
Oh for the love of...

It's a text file where the contents is interpreted as a list of commands to run.
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>>68023665
Which programming language does it run on?
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>>68023683
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7 aero is the prettiest os out of the box
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>>68023694
Why do you still use CRT monitors?
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>server tier performance
>no bloatware
>no botnet (no cortana)
>supports up to 4 TB of internal memory
>up to 64 10-core processors = 640 cores
>desktop is default interface
>boots way faster than any other windows
>stability that makes Linux users question their faith
>gaming ability exactly the same as other Windows distros
>can add IIS and have a decent web server with a couple of mouse clicks
>can add Active Directory or convert to a DNS or DHCP server for fun
>doesn't force updates that will brick your PC

The patrician's OS.
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>>68023751
>Cant even be fully pirated like windows 98SE
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>>68014847
replace ubuntu with mint cinnamon and i agree
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>>68023809
>Mint cinnamon
sounds like a poof virus
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>>68023523
I already do.
That's why I can safely still use Win10 as my purple picture showed.
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>>68010674
>using a crippled OS that gets slower by design (windows registry rot) is good. microsoft acknowledges this design flaw. their recommended solution? just format and reinstall windows every 12 months.

meanwhile on *NIX and mac: same system that has been upgraded 5 or 6 times still runs as fast as day 1
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>>68018650
>sure NTFS loses some space due to formatting but it's not a huge problem, and it works fine. what do you think is wrong with it?
>what do you think is wrong with it?
how about it's slow as fuck, and they basically glued a moustache onto it and called it shadowcopies and that's what they sell to you as an acceptable redundancy solution because they can't into copy on write like any real file system can
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>>68022973
kek, they are upgrading all OneDrive™ servers to Windows 10 1809
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>>68024116
Thats why I use punch cards
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>>68016154
>You can't ever transfer files past 4-8gb

(THIS IS WHAT FAT SJWINUX TRANNIES ACTUALLY BELIEVE)
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>>68012518
>trying to shill a dead OS
what's wrong with you
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>>68024175
Why ARENT you shilling for the BEST FREE OS
Windows 98SE
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>>68023785
Yes it can.
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>>68024221
How? when my grandpa did it, it always asks every second for "an authentic copy" and has a black screen
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>>68010674
>can't move appdata into another partition
>can't move temp to tempfs
it's shit
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>>68024027
You cannot disable win10 telemetry completely.
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>>68012853
>show bobs and vagena and foot pic
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>>68010674
True. Fun fact is that it goes both ways - you cant prove you are right
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>>68024259
You have access to two of the most powerful tools ever created by mankind. Use them.
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I'm considering changing to 8.1 with classicshell when I build a new PC. That way don't have to worry till 2023.
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>>68024555
My dick and balls?!
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>>68023751
Agreed, 2012R2 is the last usable windows OS.
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>>68018199
>Anon specifically says
>'clockwise from top left'
>somehow you think he implied code writer was the Win7 row
He meant Explorer was Win7, but it's more Win8.1 desu
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Why so afraid of new technology? Do you honestly have to run a ten year old OS just because you’re afraid of new software? Even old people use Windows 10. I swear, the people in this thread are so stingy and conservative.
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>>68025037
I would rather read a book
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>>68025037
If you've been paying ANY attention to things then "new" tech should scare you.
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>>68010674
Other than DX12 which is a meme to push it out of relevancy, yeah, it is best windows.
I still prefer Linux because I work on it tho
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>>68024440
Shut your mouth, don't compare me to your mind. I'm a medium class white man that writes code exclusively in C and assembly. I am entitled to cute russian feet more than anyone in this thread.
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>>68025565
You're retarded
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>>68012587
OS are meant to be pure where you add functionality as you personally need, it's retards like you who make kikesoft believe we want a friendly service with all this (((socially acceptable survelliance))), not an OS
most people don't even use more than one monitor so your argument 'i-i-it's basic function!' is still wrong even decade later
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>>68021983
That’s 1803 is the good one, 1809 was the one they pulled and just made available again.
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>>68025609
I'm sorry that you chopped your own dick, but to begin with you were never a man capable of living the struggles and joys of having your own family.
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>>68010674
That's not Gentoo
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>>68010674
Cant simply swap out motherboard and get it to boot like in win8+
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Why do i get the feeling Windows 8.1 is just Windows 7 with a bunch of stuff removed?
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>>68016169
>Win10
>It's Win2 in binary....
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>>68012124
>bald-faced
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>>68010828
just go and disable it faggot
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>>68025037
>give microsoft the ability to reboot your computer at any time, even old people are doing it
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>need to quickly reboot my computer so i can finish this project for a client
>windows: WE'LL JUST INSTALL 10000 UPDATES IT WILL ONLY TAKE A SEC DONT WORRY ALL YOUR FILES ARE 100% GOING TO BE RIGHT WHERE YOU LEFT THEM XD
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>>68029871
ITT: winfags in serous stockholm syndrome
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>>68012124
Excellent post, Punjesh. Your continued support is note and appreciated. 10INR have been deposited int your account.
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>>68023751
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>>68012124
˃˃no multiple workspaces
˃Been available since Windows 3.1's SDK.

[citation needed]





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