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  1. groze Win User

    Anyone here planning on buying an oem w10 computer on July 29th?


    Anyone here planning on buying an oem w10 computer on July 29th?

    I would like to know what build number is used on that system before you connect to the internet for an update. I also wonder if each oem manufacture will have different builds. I am just curious.

    :)
     
    groze, Jul 24, 2015
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  2. Planning on buying an Asha phone? DON'T!

    So, what are going to be the new cheap phones? Because there are always cheap phones. Every company has them. Or just everything is going to be "high-end".
     
    Kakuno---01, Jul 24, 2015
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  3. nj15 Win User
    Planning on buying an Asha phone? DON'T!

    The support for Asha device might be there for a couple of months, but it will likely be more on maintenance mode.



    Shifting the focus solely to Windows phone will definitely yield for a more affordable Lumia lineup of smartphones.
     
  4. BunnyJ New Member

    Anyone here planning on buying an oem w10 computer on July 29th?

    If I get a copy I'll get the ISO on a USB Flash drive.. it's the retail copy and you can pre-order it on Amazon. It's going to be shipped on Aug 31st.
     
    BunnyJ, Jul 24, 2015
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  5. No definite plans to buy a new PC. I've been thinking I'd like to have a Windows tablet and or a Windows phone. The phone will likely happen first. We don't own a smart phone, we don't own a cell phone period. It will be while before I buy either device so that's not going to help you. After the 29th walk into a retailer and run winver etc and see what's up.
     
    alphanumeric, Jul 24, 2015
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  6. Boozad Win User
    No.
     
    Boozad, Jul 25, 2015
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  7. Winuser Win User
    They were asking about buying a OEM computer with Windows 10 preinstalled. I wish I could but I'll have to wait awhile. My wife would not be very happy if I did.
     
    Winuser, Jul 25, 2015
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  8. BunnyJ New Member

    Anyone here planning on buying an oem w10 computer on July 29th?

    I would build my own and get a retail copy of W10. At this point I would never buy and OEM PC again since I can build my own. More fun and I get the parts I want.
     
    BunnyJ, Jul 25, 2015
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  9. Winuser Win User
    Still not what was asked.
     
    Winuser, Jul 25, 2015
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  10. bro67 Win User
    Nope. 10 runs just fine on Pentium 4 3.0 chips, along with Intel Core2 Duo. If the computer runs 7 or 8 just fine. No need to go out and buy a new computer, unless it is starting to show signs of failing components.
     
    bro67, Jul 25, 2015
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  11. Edwin New Member
    If I had the cash I might! *Wink
     
    Edwin, Jul 25, 2015
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  12. bro67 Win User
    You do realize that at this time frame, the only ones going out and buying new laptops or desktops. Are those who have started to see signs of failing motherboards.

    My mother in law just replaced her 6 year old Dell Inspiron 537s with a brand new Lenovo Small Form Factor, that uses the same chipset that is in my laptop (AMD E1). It is a lot quieter unit, since it uses the same type of power adapter as laptops use.
     
    bro67, Jul 25, 2015
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  13. bro67 Win User

    Anyone here planning on buying an oem w10 computer on July 29th?

    I have the cash. I just do not see a need, since none of our laptops are dying. Once they do go, they are getting replaced with Macbooks.
     
    bro67, Jul 25, 2015
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  14. Winuser Win User
    Getting back on topic. If I did buy a OEM computer with Windows 10 pre-installed I would gladly let you know what the build version was before I did any updates/upgrades. I would like to know myself.
     
    Winuser, Jul 25, 2015
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  15. Edwin New Member
    Of course, you could just go to your local retailer and take a boo inside a few shelf models.
     
    Edwin, Jul 25, 2015
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