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July 31, 2015

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I just did the first test of upgrading a Windows 7 Pro machine to Windows 10. This was a modest, utility machine (Dell Optiplex 580) without a lot of software installed. But the upgrade went smoothly, if slowly, and in limited playing I’ve not found any problems.

And — the Start menu is there. It’s got a few Metro-style tiles but if you click on “All Apps” it’s recognizably the same Start menu we’ve had since Windows 95.

More to follow I’m sure.

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