Re: Migration to Windows 10 - OMG!
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Just wait Brian it gets better, if your using a WIN10Pro and you only have a 1TeraBit hard drive and you go below 200G of space, the computer goes into convulsions. You will have 0 processor usage, but 100 percent hard drive usage, and nothing will open, or work. Its Windows 10 dirty memory secret again. So store everything except windows OS on a different drive. Keep all your OP programs on the windows drive and all your storage, downloads, etc. on another one. Also Searchfetch service is not your friend in this OS platform, if you have all that working correctly and the hard drive goes 100 percent constant, turn service off on Searchfetch and see it that causes it, its the WIndows AI suppose to be fixing your windows in the background. I wish it would just clean my windows so I could see out.
On Tue, Sep 25, 2018 at 8:51 PM B C <k9wis@...> wrote:
Well finally bit the bullet and updated my shack computer to windows10..OMG what a nightmare..Sure the windows install part went pretty smooth, but getting all the drivers to work with all the ham gear was a real trip..Microsoft is so helpful that they insisted that the drivers that were installed were the 'best Available' driver, despite the fact that they didnt work with any of my usb to serial cables and external sound card. Really had to dig into windows and turn off all that 'helpful' software that checks for 'signatures' in the drivers to make sure they are microsoft approved, and to turn off driver updates so once you do get the old drivers installed windows doesnt do you the favor of overwriting them with new ones that dont work. And the for the final insult I got the programs running but they couldn't hear any FT8 or PSK signals from the radio. After 2 days of searching I found out that once again, windows was doing us a favor to protect our privacy and required you to go into the control panel and grant access to any Apps that want to use the microphone input.....Ahhhhhhhhh!
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