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  1. Hi all So here we are day One of the Windows 10 rollout. My first upgraded Pc was using Windows 7 Ultimate and has been upgraded to windowd 10 pro The good it went smoothly and took around 20 minutes to upgrade (quite a bit longer to download the 3 GB necessary - with my average broadband - 12gbs - about 1.5 hours) So far Flight Simulator X Gold and prepar3d V2 previously installed - seem to be working well as I expected, I have been using win 10 for a while now The bad The language pack for English UK had to be installed as it seems to default to United states- The nvidia driver for my GTX980s was removed so the Pc starts with a generic driver The windows 10 update conflicts with nvidia Geforce updates - so I had to turn the Nvida update OFF The upgrade did not recognise the additional SATA card I have installed but the connected internal SSD drives were listed OK in my computer listing - win 10 accepted my win7/8 driver for the card with no issues There is a time limit on rolling back to a previous version of windows - you get a month there is no product key and I am not currently using a microsoft account on this Pc - The method of doing a clean install is currently - Upgrade first - check it is activated - then select the recovery option - reset this PC with or without personal files saved I'm still having problems with the windows 10 edge web browser (plus everything under the sun supposedly) so I can only link to images not display them in the post sorry - I hope they work Pete ​
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