[QUOTE=UTR;2778293]Kerry, I wasn’t trying to dispute you in any way. Thinking back, I did a clean install of Windows 7 and ran into driver issues for some older hardware. I ended up using the x86 version of Windows to help solve the problem and stayed with it moving to Windows 10. To work around the RAM limitations of the x86 version I use a RAM drive with about 12 gb of space. It works quite well and really speeds up the computer.[/QUOTE]I had no problem putting Windows 7 on a XP computer. example Dell 1525 it was XP, Vista - installed fresh Windows 7x64 Ult Sp1 and T8100 CPU with 4gigs RAM with Dell 1525 Vista x64 drivers and never looked back. And still using it.
[QUOTE=UTR;2778293]Overall, I think the upgrade to Windows 10 has been the easiest one I have done for any Windows version. It was much easier than doing a clean install. I also upgraded 2-3 other computers running Windows 7 and they were all equally trouble free.[/QUOTE]This is just one person - I’ve read and heard alot where it didn’t go well and they lost files or data. And worse Forced updates and claim they don’t do that. MS has alot of PR to fix here. Also they update from MS and then fail to work and MS will not fix the problem saying the user did it but fail to notice they were the one nagging the user to go Windows 10.