I thought one of the main concepts behind Windows 10 is that, unlike previous
versions of Windows, it isn't something that you just install on your computer
and leave it like that (maybe applying Service Packs when they get released),
but instead has an inherent "rolling upgrade" so that users are expected to
keep their machines updated and not be using older build versions.
On Monday 14 January 2019 at 15:30:39, Brian's Mail list account via Groups.Io
I have just been sniffing around the Microsoft pages and it seems windows 7--
I thought I had type A blood, but it turned out to be a typo.
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