Windows 10: Survey finds 40% of businesses want to adopt Windows 10 in the first

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  1. A Guy Win User

    Survey finds 40% of businesses want to adopt Windows 10 in the first


    Survey finds 40% of businesses want to adopt Windows 10 in the first year

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    A Guy, Jul 4, 2015
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  2. HallOI Win User

    Microsoft Pulse and Microsoft Edge on Windows Phone 10, the don't seem to love each other

    So wanted to do a pulse for a Skype for Business Meeting to track sentiment and complete a realtime survey.

    People meet in a room (2-3 people, only 1 laptop) around Europe listen and vote was the theory, preferably on their windows phones

    However when coming to enter the survey it just does not display in Edge on the windows phone; the survey seems to lock the screen so you can see the question but can not access the answer!

    Any help appreciated even the bad news "We do not support Windows phone" at the moment

    Thanks
     
    HallOI, Jul 4, 2015
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  3. ArtFernandes Win User
    Free upgrade to Windows 10

    Why have you deleted my comments in your response? What are you trying to hire? Do what I'm doing... be honest!
     
    ArtFernandes, Jul 4, 2015
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  4. alkaufmann Win User

    Survey finds 40% of businesses want to adopt Windows 10 in the first

    I will be upgrading the systems at the office to Windows 10 but I will make sure that the EDGE is optional and that they can still use the IE11 or another browser of their choice. I got a lot of complaints when I installed IE11 because some of the business websites they need don't work properly. My guess is that time will fix the website compatibility problems.
     
    alkaufmann, Jul 4, 2015
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  5. BunnyJ New Member
    IE11 is not going away for some time.
     
    BunnyJ, Jul 4, 2015
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  6. John035 Win User
    I am more curious about Windows 10, then when I heard about Windows 8. Windows 8 was not the best timing, in my opinion.
     
    John035, Jul 6, 2015
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  7. LEE
    Lee Win User
    The future comments on this subject matter should be very interesting. . .*Smile
     
  8. heyyahblah Win User

    Survey finds 40% of businesses want to adopt Windows 10 in the first

    EDGE seems like an app and I am not very fond of it. I will just stick with my FF/Chrome combo as I have since 2008. If one doesn't work the other surely will.
     
    heyyahblah, Jul 6, 2015
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  9. Trust_No1 Win User
    I am not sure how they came by their headline of 40%, if you read the actual report is states that at least 75% (if they adopted it) would not switch immediately but would wait 2 years to see how it does. Their report was also compiled from a list of 500 US IT Pros, I am not sure how that equates to the number of actual businesses per se.

    Of course, business is looking but I doubt seriously that 40% would just dive right in and switch, my goodness, only recently have some just switched to Windows 7. None the less, it makes for an interesting read.
     
    Trust_No1, Jul 7, 2015
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  10. richc46 Win User
    For me Edge and Chrome are as fast as could be. IE11 is very slow.
     
    richc46, Jul 7, 2015
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  11. BunnyJ New Member
    Edge is very fast and it's not that bad at this stage.
     
    BunnyJ, Jul 7, 2015
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  12. LEE
    Lee Win User
    If true this is the last Windows OS that Microsoft is going to put out (similar to Mac OS X) then it would make perfect sense for business to go with Windows 10, albeit not in the first year of release.
     
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