[texhax] Windows 10 has changed output clarity
Dr A K Hannaby
keith_hannaby at mathshelp.com
Mon Aug 17 16:17:36 CEST 2015
It might be worth mentioning I also had a problem with sending emails from
Outlook; solution: run sfc /scannow as an administrator.
Will install Windows 10 using the ISO method.
Thanks to you both.
From: texhax [mailto:texhax-bounces at tug.org] On Behalf Of Gerard E. Seibert
Sent: 17 August 2015 15:02
To: General TeX discussion and questions
Subject: Re: [texhax] Windows 10 has changed output clarity
On Mon, 17 Aug 2015 11:39:34 +0100, Philip Taylor stated:
> I have not. I aborted my Windows 10 upgrade (with extreme difficulty)
> when I discovered that (a) I could not schedule the upgrade to take
> place at a point other than in the immediate future; and (b) there
> were far too many disturbing reports of (i) problems, and (ii) no way
> to revert to the previous O/S. I now intend to remain with Windows 7
> for as long as possible, and will be meticulous in checking Windows
> updates to ensure that Microsoft do not trick me into downloading it
> again. I /may/ download the ISO so that I can experiment with it in a VM.
I have not had a single problem since upgrading to Win 10 Pro. By all means
though, do use the ISO method. It is faster and cleaner.
If Win 10 scares you that much, remove the "KB3035583" update and then block
it from being downloaded and installed again. I believe you need to reboot
after deleting it so it will show up as an update so you can block it. Now,
Win 10 will not be automatically installed and you won't be nagged.
Installing Win 10 in a VM is just a waste of time unless you are writing
apps or something.
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