Re: NVDA and Itunes 126.96.36.199
I had someone with a recoveryy partition do an upgrade, and was able to downgrade with no issue.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
I had someone try to upgrade, get there, had to reformat, and not only would windows not reactivate but it wouldn't downgrade either and so unless I pirated it I guess it wouldn't work.
Saying that I didn't look to closely in the issue as the system involved had a dieing hard drive and overheating processer and was due for the scrapheap and was in fact smashed rather than sold and chucked so it was no loss.
In theory you can't transfer your windows 10 licence round but the rest you are supposed to do so.
On 26/05/2016 9:33 a.m., Gene wrote:
Does it force an upgrade after a time? I suspect that once you upgrade, you can't go back, though I don't know that. If that is the case, I would say that upgrading should be done by those who want to try new things, not by those who want reliability and dependability. Of course, people could upgrade on one machine and keep their main machine as it is until evaluating the upgrade.