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  • Ismo Mattila

    This is the way to go Microsoft!
    This might even be a way to get people buying your phones if there's clever integration.
    I'm a OS X and win 7 user but this looks like a windows that gives Apple some things to think about.
    Most importantly now there's really a contender for OS X and that can only mean good things for users in both sides.

  • Sudeepto Dutta

    I am using Windows 8.1 and as much people hate it, I have grown used to it . I disabled the charms bar and never go to the tiles view.

    Windows 10 looks really mature and nice.

    I want to know from Windows 10 users one thing.

    How much Windows 10 is keyboard friendly ?? I am a developer and don't like to use my mouse much. I like to use the shortcuts,

    Does Windows 10 has keyboard shortcuts for all the new features ??

    Please also share your general experience with Windows 10 :>

  • TheSwedishViking

    i need some help, you are supposed to get a message today about upgrading to windows 10, right? but i havent gotten that message and its nearly 2pm local time. is anyone else having this problem?

  • Drew Colpurs

    Ugh, this really has me in a conflict now. I've relied so heavily on Google to provide all of its superior services for so long, and now Microsoft is providing what seems to be near-par quality and service. But the point of ecosystems is to make everything universal, I don't want to transfer everything from Google Drive to OneDrive, I don't want to transfer my search and personal information to Cortana, I don't want to sync up to garbage programs like Skype and Facebook, but Windows 10 makes all of those work so seemlessly with one another, and I use my PC on a daily basis.

    I'm not upset with Microsoft, they used to be my favorite company of all time, then they got left in the dust by Google, and now Microsoft is back with a vengeance. I'm glad that there's legitimate competition, it'll spur better products and services, but meanwhile I'm torn between two awesome companies and their respective ecosystems :/