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    When I announced awhile ago in this forum I had allowed a local PC repair shop to install Windows 10 on my slow Toshiba laptop to replace Windows 8.1, and to try to speed it up, many here seemed horrified. I pointed out I seemed to have no choice as my current Windows 7 on this PC together with all Windows 8.1 will soon no longer be supported by MS.

    Having had now had a huge crash of Skype on the Windows 10 on the laptop forcing me to spend an hour installing Windows 10 updates to reinstall Skype, I can see the reasons why some of you hate Windows10. So what are we supposed to do when buying a new PC or laptop to replace Windows 7 & 8.1?

    Has anyone heard rumours MS are working on a new sensible version of Windows please we will be able to buy?

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