I agree. The start menu in Win7 is perfect. When Win8 rolled around people simply asked to have the start menu back, not to change it. There are some things that just don't need re-inventing.I think the new start menu is gross.
Yeah, check that it's enabled in the BIOS. I had Hyper-V installed and could only get 32-bit selections with Virtualbox. Had to uninstall Hyper-V before I could use 64-bit.I've been unable to try it,Both VMware and Virtualbox is throwing up an error saying that Intel VT-x IS disabled?
196 days from today.If this is a release. How long will you be able to use it?
+1 on all points.If you use the live tiles for Weather, news it can be kinda handy. I much perfer live tiles to the gadgets in 7.
If you unpin all of the apps from that section, no extra space is reserved. It just shows the section for the standard start menu. I don't really see any reason to complain about the tiles being included in start. if you don't need them, remove them.
I keep reading this regarding both Win 8 and Win 10 yet I have never had a problem using a local account on either OS. I'll agree that MS doesn't make it obvious during install how to create a local account and really pushes you in the direction of an MS account but if you click on "Create Account" during install, there is a link at the bottom of that screen that says "Use Local Account" or something similar.Things i don't like about Windows 10 preview.
1.Still have to use a Windows live account,Cant use a Local account straight away..i know you can create a local after but its a lot of faff if you don't want to use your Live account. ...
When you install it and it asks you for a Windows account (or whatever it is), click 'Create a new one' and then 'Log in with local account' (or similar - I forget the exact wording now).Things i don't like about Windows 10 preview.
1.Still have to use a Windows live account,Cant use a Local account straight away..i know you can create a local after but its a lot of faff if you don't want to use your Live account.