Originally Posted by setishock
I want to know what gets DELETED during the upgrade. I have an HP G7 laptop with the factory install. On the C: drive is the OS and software including a paid for copy of Office and ESET. On the D: drive is the backups it has. On the E: drive is the HP tools.
This is on 1 physical drive.
What is it going to delete, what am I going to lose?
By the way I don't like how I was checking on my reservation status and it started downloading it with out my consent. When it got done it showed the license junk and I click the red X. I'm not ready to run it just yet. It deleted the download. What a load of crap.
Nothing should be deleted, I've backed up my videos, music and anything else but I never store my documents locally.
Yeah I too am not happy/impressed about how it goes about downloading the upgrade and they're plan to use PC's to distribute updates other machines over internet which will cause a lot of anger Windows 10 commandeers users' upload bandwidth | Computerworld
. I like the local network part but not the public part.
Originally Posted by Smart_Guy
Is that an HP laptop with switchable graphics? If yes, God help you!
I don't it would be.
One of my most favorite things about Windows 10 is the multitasking and virtual desktops. This what Windows 8/8.1 should've been but it was well worth the wait, I also cannot wait for Cortana to arrive in Australia.