I agree that good maintenance can drastically improve the OS lifetime and performance quality.
I’ve been using Windows 7 for the past 4-5 years and constantly performed system defragments, cleanups and such, and used (the highly recommended) TuneUp utilities to do so. My computer run like a charm all those years.
Once a new version of TuneUp is released with support for Windows 10 – I’ll be sure to purchase it.
Installing now. Couldn’t resist!
Lol buddy! Seems like we’re similar people Even though I thought I’d wait a couple of months I also couldn’t resist and installed Windows 10 last night!
Actually, one of the key factor in the decision to upgrade was this thread and the overall positive feedback people were experiencing.
So based on my quick first impressions everything seems to be working perfectly fine, all apps and files remained exactly were I left them, and most importantly all CC 2015 software seems to run smoothly.
These are still very initial observations, but so far I noticed the following:
- Software loading time is MUCH faster.
- The desktop feels more responsive.
- Adobe CS5 software need to run in some sort of compatibility mode (need to investigate this further).
- Older software such as TuneUp Utilities 2013 keeps prompting compatibility errors.
- Upgrade experience was super simple, rather fast and seamless.
So my overall first impressions are great! (upgraded from Windows 7)
Well done guys! Congrats!
Sales started picking up
For quite a while now I’ve been following the amazing work of Premiumilk, and even though I don’t usually do this (in fact I never have), I thought it would be nice to start a thread to pay my appreciation to the superb team over at Premiumilk, who constantly create stunning high quality templates.
It’s by no coincidence they have just crossed the 10,000 sales mark Keep up your impressive and inspiring work guys!
Kind of the same thing I figured. The design looks quite amazing and the functionality is truly impressive.
But then when you watch the behind the scenes video you see that the board is only able to hover above the magnetic rail.. so seems like we’re still quite far from the days of that the ‘real hoverboard’.