You are completely on your own!! Good Luck!!
Trying to install MS 360 Family is rocket science. Microsoft keeps increasing the price every year while making the process trickier. Their customer support is non-existing! You call them, they send you online (no matter what option you press). You go online, they move you in circles! One thing I know for sure, I am going to Apple as soon as my laptop dies... This is beyond infuriating!!!
Purchased in at JB Hi-Fi for $130.
It feels like it is still in beta! Very buggy as of Feb 22
If you are planning to update from Windows 10, I would strongly recommend waiting until Microsoft have fixed more of the bugs. It feels very unfinished! This operating system is now 5 months old (at time of writing) and is riddled with bugs/issues that should have been fixed prior to release.
Overall the interface still feels quite familiar for a Windows 10 user and it has not been hard to find settings and features I am- most of the issues have come from the fact that things that just worked fine in Windows 10 (like network drives and moving...windows around on the screen) are now full of bugs. While it feels very similar to Windows 10 I have yet to identify any feature that is providing me a better experience! Below are some of the most annoying bugs that I have found so far this morning: - My network drives keep disappearing and don't survive reboot or sleep mode! - It takes a really long time to get to Update from installed version to the latest version using Windows Update. Sometime you have to click several times on the 'check for updates' button before it suddenly realises that Windows is not completely up to date and it has found a whole bunch of other stuff it needs to install/reboot! - The bits of windows keep getting left behind when moving from one monitor to another and sometimes status updates get left behind. Only logging out of windows and back in or rebooting will get rid of them. - Multi monitor support is having big problems. Especially moving applications between monitors. - Applications sometimes won't open if there is a system dialog (despite it not stopping anything else from working). Eg trying to open notepad to make a note of an error code. It does remember how many times you clicked on it so that it can open that many instances the moment you close the dialog box!
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