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Standard User wingco1
(legend) Mon 21-Mar-16 15:41:59
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Microsoft win


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The constant nagging has worked. A 93 year old friend of mine has inadvertantly updated to Win10. He has decided to give it a go for a couple of weeks. Should he decide to go back to Win7, how would I go about it.

Standard User zyborg47
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Mon 21-Mar-16 17:37:15
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Re: Microsoft win


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They have month before ti becomes permanent unless they have imaged the drive onto a external drive.
This linkwill tell you how toi get back to their old OS.

your friend have done what Ms wants us all to do and that is why they are pushing, hoping people will get fed up of the nagging.

Adrian

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Standard User Kaufhof
(experienced) Mon 21-Mar-16 18:00:34
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They have month before ti becomes permanent unless they have imaged the drive onto a external drive.
This link will tell you how to get back to their old OS.

your friend have done what Ms wants us all to do and that is why they are pushing, hoping people will get fed up of the nagging.


Disgraceful, isnít it? You donít get this sort of treatment from Linux Mint.

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Standard User wingco1
(legend) Wed 23-Mar-16 17:00:44
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Thanks Adrian.

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