This is exactly the same? So it shows the first two ships, then no more?paul g wrote:just thought I'd try mine out, hadn't noticed it before, but it behaves just as yours but I'm using Win 10 and Edge, when I use Chrome it's fine.
Having left it until now, Andrew, you will have to pay for Windows 10 licences if you do decide to update. It was only free for the first 12 months.
Alf wrote:When I said "there is no check" I meant that they don't bother to check not that they can't check.
It was my first post and I got it wrong
Alf wrote:...She who must be obeyed has tidied my computer room and I can find nothing
This can be a pain if reinstalling after a machine failure, say a motherboard especially if you make another change like adding more RAM. This happened to me with Win 7 and my 'man wot fixes' couldn't persuade MS to re-activate the OS. After three calls I managed to persuade them and I got the feeling that was only because I was politely persistent.Kilkis wrote:..................build up a fingerprint that they can use in the future if you try to activate Windows 10 again, e.g. after a clean install. This allows them to check that you are not installing it on another machine...............
Alf wrote:Windows 10 upgrade is still free for users of assistive technologies.
That wouldn't surprise me as that will encourage many people to not change to another OS and help to 'glue' corporate user to stick with the MS Office programs on the subscription basis. Advantages to said corporates? No expenditure on their capital account if they feel the need to update Office as subscriptions will switch to operational current account and if MS add features to any app/fix bugs etc the users get them immediately.Alf wrote:.............I read in a magazine, that I can't find just now, that some time soon Microsoft will make it free for everyone.
We shall see......
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