August 9th, 2015
Now that Windows 10 is out, I wondered if you had gotten any feedback from your readers on any issues with the Adobe products?
Yes, I can imagine that a lot of people are wondering about when to update to Windows 10. Here is Adobe’s official statement about Creative Cloud support in Windows 10.
First of all, with this kind of major update if you update to the new version right away, you are at a higher risk of problems than if you wait a few weeks or months for Microsoft to fix the early problems. The old adage is that pioneers end up taking a lot of arrows.
I’ve not upgraded my Windows 7 laptop to Windows 10 yet, I’m waiting for a few months. After all, the free upgrade period lasts through to July 29, 2016. But if you are anxious to get started with Windows 10 here are some resources:
- Here is a great discussion thread in the PFRE Flickr group where people are talking about their experiences moving to Windows 10. Some report problems but most people upgrading don’t have problems.
- Windows 10 Security settings – This Wired article explains that Windows 10 collects a lot more personal data than previous Windows systems and explains how to go through your security settings and understand what’s happening and how to change settings.
- Windows 10 FAQ
- CNET article.
- Techradar.com article
- ZDnet.com article
On balance Windows 10, is getting generally good reviews, but there are some people that are having problems.
How is your upgrade to Window 10 going?