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Old 01-13-2020, 10:27 AM   #11
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The best way to move to Windows 10 is by way of a clean install.....
Thank you Jerry for all these clear informations. I certainly will follow your recommendations. After a complete and clean installation of W10 and all drivers and programs needed, a clone is certainly the best and reliable solution to stay operational.
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Old 01-13-2020, 10:28 AM   #12
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Nothing wrong with Win 10 in the vast majority of cases. Most of us have used it for a long time with no "ill" effects.
Good to know. Thanks
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Old 01-13-2020, 10:35 AM   #13
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The new version of Microsoft Edge is based on Chromium, the browser engine behind Google Chrome. Many of the complaints and issues that people had with the old Edge should be a thing of the past.

If you want to disable Windows Update completely on Windows 10, you will need at least Windows 10 Pro (the Home edition doesn't support Group Policies). If your system meets that requirement, you can configure Windows to get its updates from a fake (non-existing) intranet Windows Update server using a Group Policy. Windows will still periodically check for updates, but the update checks will never succeed.
Thanks... but a little complicate for me to understand "fake (non-existing) intranet Windows Update server using a Group Policy."

Following other testimonials, it seems that upgrades of Windows 10 are reliable... and that a clone is a beter backup solution.
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Old 01-13-2020, 12:38 PM   #14
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I have built a brand new system with Win10, see specs in signature....
Thank you Anton for this complete list of steps... if I have well understood, this is to upgrade from actual Windows 7 to 10....but based on experience, I don't like to work with 2 operating system on a computer that have already some years and very stable. However I apreciate the way of your solution wich is economic and safe.

To be up to date with the future Edius 10 and if I want to build the same type of computer as in your signature wich is, I suppose, the top actually, I guess that a "simple" first installation of Windows 10 on a SSD will be the way and after that install all drivers (as mobo manufacturer), programs...
To end with a clone on SSD as backup in case of "wrong upgrade of W10).

Thanks again to have very precisely informs of the steps
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Old 01-13-2020, 12:41 PM   #15
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I've did this not so long ago,from a OCZ SSD drive to a Samsung,and back ( back to another Samsung =>this was another installation to another PC ) ; it gave no problem.
Like Jerry mentioned = Samsung's are good !
Thanks, good to know that Samsung is the reference for OS and cloning
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Old 01-13-2020, 12:44 PM   #16
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Microsoft generally produce new big updates every 6 months so for most people it would be a real pain to do a clean install every time. I do but then I am a person who fiddles with systems a lot.....
Thank you David for these infos. Sky becomes clear after all opinions
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Old 01-13-2020, 12:56 PM   #17
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I am sure the best way is a clean install....Keep a clone and try the upgrade would be my choice.
Thanks for the long and detailed answer. Fianly, everybody recommands clean install, follow upgrades and clone.
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Thanks... but a little complicate for me to understand "fake (non-existing) intranet Windows Update server using a Group Policy."
In case anyone wants to disable Windows Update, simply use the attached text files, renaming them to have a .REG extension, and double-clicking on them to import them.

DisableWindowsUpdate.txt prevents Windows Update from contacting Microsoft's servers. EnableWindowsUpdate.txt restores the Windows Update functionality.
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Just a reminder that any work you do on your registry is at your own risk.
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Thank you Anton for this complete list of steps... if I have well understood, this is to upgrade from actual Windows 7 to 10....but based on experience, I don't like to work with 2 operating system on a computer that have already some years and very stable. However I apreciate the way of your solution wich is economic and safe.

To be up to date with the future Edius 10 and if I want to build the same type of computer as in your signature wich is, I suppose, the top actually, I guess that a "simple" first installation of Windows 10 on a SSD will be the way and after that install all drivers (as mobo manufacturer), programs...
To end with a clone on SSD as backup in case of "wrong upgrade of W10).

Thanks again to have very precisely informs of the steps

as I said, I built a brand new PC an still have the Win7 PC as well


but the steps I posted are for upgrading an existing PC by keeping nothing, meaning everything Win7 and all software will be wiped, but you get Win10 for free as a result
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