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  1. J

    No Windows 9

    I second that....please let's get serious....Windows 7. Normally those loving Windows 7 are die hards who loved XP In my opinion, MS did a good job with WIndows 8.1 and certainly with windows 10 Jeff
  2. J

    No Windows 9

    ok, $15, I take 5 then Jeff
  3. J

    No Windows 9

    OlGuyGeek, you lost me, what do you mean with the Control Panel? You can just pin it to start or taskbar, if that is what you want. Jeff
  4. J

    No Windows 9

    well install went smooth. Did not take much time, strange from an USB stick. Anyway UEFI is now ok, but I do not get 4 partitions, one is missing...strange, should be 3 system partitions, but no only 2...do not ask me why. But Windows 10 is certainly faster then Windows 8.1. Now if Stardock...
  5. J

    No Windows 9

    thanks Clint so i will install Windows 10 with UEFI Jeff
  6. J

    No Windows 9

    Yes H.G. i read the tutorial, but what is the advantage for me to install with UEFI, does this improve the computer or what. I ask this because i have 256 gb with Windows on, but a smaller partition has my main folders which i really do need. So if i have to remove everything, i hate that...
  7. J

    No Windows 9

    Hi HippsieGispsie, Well i did not now that, but will jump in the boat. forgot to ask. Do i need UEFI or is this just optional? thanks Jeff
  8. J

    No Windows 9

    OldGuyGeek: In Windows 10, you can switch between the Start Menu and the Start Screen. But for right now, you have to log off and log back in again to do it. As others have said, you can run all the Windows 8 apps from the new Start Menu, but I would like to have both available at the same...
  9. J

    No Windows 9

    you are joking right? Did you mean one has the option to start with the Desktop or Start Menu....AND then stay on that option. Hard to believe it will happen like that. I will never get rid of that Desktop i guess. Jeff
  10. J

    Solved Creating a Restore Point via Task Manager.....

    ok Adam, will do so. thanks jeff
  11. J

    Solved Creating a Restore Point via Task Manager.....

    hi guys, have been looking on the internet how one can: delete some recovery files instead of all at once. I really want to keep some files, but i do not find a way how to do this. Any suggestion is welcome. thanks Jeff
  12. J

    Don't you just HATE these type of installs

    Yes Jimbo, pain....where you do not want it Jeff
  13. J

    windows 8.1 missing show windows store apps on taskbar

    Words of wisdom...... Jeff
  14. J

    Solved Creating a Restore Point via Task Manager.....

    hello guys, just to inform you that it works for both Brink and Adam's suggestion Jeff
  15. J

    Solved Creating a Restore Point via Task Manager.....

    well Adam And thankks for letting me learn the "Snipping Tool). Did not know that existed. Haha Jeff
  16. J

    Solved Creating a Restore Point via Task Manager.....

    Yes upload works again. Did the same with the program of Adam, did put it in C\WINDOWS, recreated a task in the Scheduler, time 15.30h and you can see that it did run. Thread is marked solved. Again many thanks to both guys Jeff
  17. J

    Solved Creating a Restore Point via Task Manager.....

    ok guys, me again, although i wanted to give up, but cannot let go... So today Sunday a bit more time. This is what happened: Brink informed me to read this thread: http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials...u-windows.html which i did. Overthere it is said to put the downloaded/extraxted...
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    Solved Creating a Restore Point via Task Manager.....

    ok guys, me again, although i wanted to give up, but cannot let go... So today Sunday a bit more time. This is what happened: Brink informed me to read this thread: http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials...u-windows.html which i did. Overthere it is said to put the downloaded/extraxted file...
  19. J

    Solved Creating a Restore Point via Task Manager.....

    Program starts running again, will give it a last try, but as usual i will have to end it myself. Jeff
  20. J

    Solved Creating a Restore Point via Task Manager.....

    ok Adam, hereby the History and Get etc.... which still remains very small....... i appreciate the work you invest in this, but i am giving up on it. I really work hard and go on the internet during work, although i should not. It really takes too much time for me, and it probably...
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