Microsoft Forces Windows 10 Downloads Onto Windows 7 And Windows 8
The saga continues.
Following news that Windows 10 automatically downloads onto
Windows 7 and Windows 8 for users who choose to upgrade,
Microsoft MSFT +0.00% has now confirmed it has taken things one
serious step further: Windows 10 will now download on computers
even when users chose NOT to upgrade.
This somewhat shocking development was discovered by The
Inquirer when a reader reported Windows 10 had been downloaded
onto their computer despite the fact they expressly declined the
opportunity to upgrade:
�The symptoms are repeated failed �Upgrade to Windows 10' in ...Moving WINS clients to another WINS Server from the SERVER
I am trying to get an older Windows NT Server 4.0 WINS Server off-line
and move the Ownership WINS records from one database to a new WINS
Server on my Windows 2000 Server. I have 200 clients and do not want
to go to each desktop. How can I do this from the Server without
having to visit each client so that the Clients will resolve to the
Windows 2000 WINS Server and not the Windows NT WINS Server.
...Is Ubuntu 10.10 yet another chance to ditch Windows?
Cuss and discuss.
Is Ubuntu 10.10 yet another chance to ditch Windows?
By Christopher Dawson | October 7, 2010, 1:16am PDT
The easy answer here is �of course!� But it�s a little tougher now that
we aren�t comparing Ubuntu to Windows Vista.
As many schools have begun rolling out Windows 7, an operating system
that I actually like quite a bit and that has considerable traction just
about everywhere, the arguments against Windows 7 began coming down to
only cost and the occasional religious debate. Add in Windows Multipoint
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...move Eudora from one partition to another.
I want to move Eudora from the C: drive (partition) to the E: drive
(partition) on the same physical harddrive. Can I just transfer all
the files in the Eudora folder on C: to a similar folder on E:, then
uninstall Eudora from C: and just reinstall on E: being sure the
install is pointed to the right folder? If it makes a difference I am
using Eudora 4.3.2 and Windows2000 sp4. Thank you for any advice.
Bob Howard <email@example.com> wrote:
>I want to move Eudora from the C: drive (partition) to the E: drive
>(partition) on the same physic...Linux wins another city over Windows
Linux wins another city over Windows
Matthew Broersma, Techworld.com
Linux has won another battle proprietary software with the decision
yesterday of Bergen, Norway's second-largest city, to consolidate older
Windows and Unix servers on Novell's Suse Linux Enterprise Server 8.
The deal was announced shortly after the German city of Munich finished a
year-long decision-making process that will see 14,000 desktops switched
from Windows to Linux, a move that some have called the poster child for
http://www.linuxworld.com.au/index.php/id;6646...Moving entire installation to another partition?
I am using Fedora Core 2, and I would like to move the entire installation
to a separate already built partition. Is it as easy as cp -rp / /data
(if the extra partition is mounted as /data)?
Or should I wait for Core 3, and install it fresh on the new partition and
move the data over? I'd hate to lose all my configurations.
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Tony Miller wrote:
...moving windows to another disk with dd
I've used dd to duplicate bootable OS images placed on multiple
partitions. This has been successful when using one source disk to a
target disk with identical drive geometry. Does anyone know if this
will work between two different disk drive geometries, where the target
is equivalent in size or larger than the source?
I am also attempting to write/copy an individual partition (containing
a working Windows 2000 image) into a partition of a disk drive that was
manually partitioned to make sure that the target partition was large
enough to accommodate the source partition. However, is...move an X window to another session
Hello. I have a Linux box I run at home which is constantly running an X
window app. I need to be able to SSH into this box, and bring up this
app in my remote X session (withous quiting the app) (I have X
redirection working just fine, fyi). Since this app is already on say,
:0.0 - I just want to be able to 'move' it to my SSH session. After I am
done, I would just move it back. I came across a utility called 'xmove'
- but it has not seen any activity since 1997, so not sure that is
exactly what I want. Can anyone offer any suggestions?? I hope this
-...Moving Windows Partition w/linux
Here's the story....
I have a laptop (Omnibook 4150, P3-500).
It started with a 15G harddrive that has Windows 98SE.
I wanted to see if I could get linux to work on it.
I removed the 15G hard drive and installed an older 6G drive.
I installed SuSE 9.1 Pro. Played around and got everything working peachy.
I went out an bought a new 40G hard drive and installed it.
I partitioned 40G drive with multiple partitions, 1 for windows. 1 for
Suse (plus a couple more for swap, hibernation, etc.)
My goal, to make the laptop duel boot between Windows 98, and Linux.
I bought a external USB ca...User nukes Windows partition, Ubuntu wins!
I just nuked windows!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :) :) :)
,----[ Quote ]
| I was planning on keeping it around in case I needed it for school,
| bit it hasn't happened that I really needed it in four years and I
| imaged my windows partition- and now I'm Linux solo! Woo hoo!
Linux - You must break it | Windows - It breaks itself
Tony Manco wrote:
> I just nuked windows!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :) :) :)
> ,----[ Quote ]
>> I was planning on keeping it around in case I needed it for school,
>> bit it ...Win XP Pro: favorites and desktop moved
Typically your favorites and desktop icons are stored in
C:\Documents and Settings\username\Favorites
C:\Documents and Settings\username\Desktop
But once I was doing a windows update when my system crashed and since
then, when I add a favorite, or a new desktop icon, XP stores them in
Any ideas how I can get windows to store this information in it's old
location? I'm using Windows XP Pro Ver 2002 SP1.
...Edges, edges, edges
I just went from SW2004 and SW2006 and am pleased to
report a 25% drop in departmental efficiency...*sigh*. This
happened last time I upgraded too, but I recovered...
Anyway, I used to select unwanted part edges in a drawing,
hide them, and when they didn't, find a handy surface and do
the Show/Hide Edges (Show, then Hide) routine, and everything
would rebuild and be lovely. But now I can't do that. Has
anybody got more ideas? I can select them fine, just not hide
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...10 Windows 10 installs
And the people, who are not "computer consultants" haven't had any issues whatsoever.
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IT'S daddy must be rolling over in his grave at top rpm.