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Old 08-08-15, 21:40
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Default How to get rid of Windows 10

In case you've decided against keeping Windows 10 because you're not impressed with it after upgrading from Windows 7 or 8, here's some advice from BT on how to uninstall it:

Don't like Windows 10? Here's how to get rid of it - BT
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Default Re: How to get rid of Windows 10

Why on earth would anyone want to get rid of Windows10? Best ever OS produced by Microsoft in my opinion.
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Default Re: How to get rid of Windows 10

LOL This thread dates from 2015 and we've moved on a pace. This was a "bump up" by a WU newbie
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Why on earth would anyone want to get rid of Windows10? Best ever OS produced by Microsoft in my opinion.
Some people dont like the super intrusiveness of it.... ZERO PRIVACY!!

A good article for those who might want to know!
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Default Re: How to get rid of Windows 10

That article was wrong in that if you did revert from Win 10 in that you would have to pay to put it back on.

Once you have upgraded to Win 10 your machine is registered and it remains registered whereby you can perform a clean install and skip entering the product key as it will digitally activate.

Anyway, as this is an old thread and was bumped by a Spammer, I'll close it.
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