Steve-C

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Is anyone else beta testing? I haven't run CA at length yet but what I have done has run smoothly. Microsoft has done a nice job creating a hybrid of Windows 7 and 8 with some great new forward thinking ideas. When the official release happens at the end of July I'll be upgrading my laptop workstation and run it for a day or two before I update my desktop.

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If anyone does run across any problems with Chief on Windows 10 let us know. We are still early in the process of testing things on Windows 10 and I fully expect to find some problems with Chief. I can't recall an OS release where there wasn't at least a few issues.

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Hopefully the problems are something we can deal with easily. I can do that, but if the glitch is something that makes Chief un-usable then "Chief we have a problem will be coming your way.

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Even stuff that is just annoying with regard to Chief should be reported. Sometimes there will be cosmetic issues that crop up as well. And while it might be something that you can live with we want to know about it anyway.

 

I don't anticipate major problems, but then I'm an optimist.

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The only problem I've noticed thus far is that houses still will not design themselves with Windows 10.....  :)

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I guess that's why Win 10 is Free  :) 

 

I 'm beta testing Win10 a bit too but haven't tried CA on it , do you know if we can Dual boot Win10 , or will the Free Upgrade only all an Upgrade to existing Os's?

 

M.

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Not sure if I follow you exactly on that Mick, but I did download the most recent CA update on my Win10 machine if that answers your question.

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I am Dualbooting Win7 and Win10 at the moment , and I know that the Win10 preview will stop working any day now , but was hoping I can install Win10 on the separate partition and continue on , so I can still use win7 as a backup OS until Win10 sorts itself out if needed.

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Mick

I have been researching dual booting over the last couple of days but have not found an answer as yet.

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Thanks Graeme , I need to do that too.

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