Any`windows 10 users. mail setup and ham use

Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by N9CAV, Jul 15, 2018.

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  1. WQ2H

    WQ2H QRZ Lifetime Member #214 Life Member Platinum Subscriber QRZ Page

    Don - Valid question, but really no need for the condescention.

    I use Office 365 almost every day - I believe it's a great ROI. I don`t use the cloud personally, but it is available.

    Jim, WQ2H
  2. G3ZPF

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    Despite the assurances offered in that link, there is one line that says it all "...its going to get annoying. it already is annoying...". A good enough reason for me to steer clear of win10. When a company offers you a freebie, YOU are the product. Life is too short to endlessly find ways around their subterfuge. I've used most of my life already, so whats left is more precious :)

    But, each to their own. I'm glad you're happy with win10. Most of the public don't even get a choice.

    @KA9JLM "...Some of the new computers that come with Win 10 will not run Win 7..."

    The latest generation of intel chips won't run win7. Maybe a deliberate thing. I managed to source a previous generation (sklyake) i7 for my new win7 PC build. Hit a slight snag because I chose to have an M2 drive for sys vol. Win7 can't "see" M2 drives until you install the drivers, but you can't install the drivers until you've installed win7. So I installed it to an SSD & then cloned the install onto my NVMe M2 drive. A minor inconvenience because transfer rates are insane.
  3. WQ2H

    WQ2H QRZ Lifetime Member #214 Life Member Platinum Subscriber QRZ Page

    Well you could be right - but like I said I've been using Win10 since it's introduction, have upgraded all my devices, and have not had a single issue.

    Aside that, it operates infinitely better then anything I've had since Win3.1. Opps - gave away my age there.....:rolleyes:

    Jim, WQ2H
  4. NL7W

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    You mean MS-DOS, right? ;)
    How about COBOL and FORTRAN and punch cards.
    Personally, I remember 4 each "AND" or 4 each "OR" gates with discrete components mounted to PCB's that plugged into large applicable card-cages (late 50's). The kicker is I'm only 52 (the equipment was in-service like forever)!
    Last edited: Aug 10, 2018

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