tte I Dunno...some software is better than others. Having said that,there is very little freeware that is of any value to me and MS windows is a fucking travesty. I came accross my computer a couple days ago and its INSTALLING win 10....WTF...I had gone and bought a win7pro OEM 2 months ago,being tired tired of cracked and otherwise pirated software and having no time whatso ever for win 10, that was my choice. I also uninstalled the known "update" that the MS greaseballs were using to force the issue. I don't like pushy people and especially do not like pushy software that I theoretically own. stopped in at my local comp store today to buy an adapter during the course of conversation I mention the auto install of 10....my guy says he has had several machines come in -in the last few days for similar issue's but his first question is "did it damage your setup?....why yes it did thank you very much. while i aborted the install the old fashioned way (cut the power) and was able to sysrestore easily enough the damage was done and I have several registry errors to contend with.......Now back the fucken truck up!!....I just laid out 180 for a legit version from a "supposedly legit company" only to have them purposely sorta nuke the product I just paid for.. Now if these guys are so smart (LOL) it aint rocket science that a guy who just paid the going rate for an increasingly hard to obtain product instead of going with the "free" win 10 offering probably does not want the win10....in fact since the activation key is only 2 months old on a product for which MS is no longer produces activation keys for and is on life support itsproblaly safe to say he REALLY does not want it....this behavior is immoral and criminal.....what if I am unable to fix the reg and need to take my machine in to be fixed? If I bought a new car and 2 months later GM used satellite tracking to self desatruct the engine..........btw thankyou Brent Danyluk for passing on this lil gem. last night I discovered thatwin 10 waas still lurking in my computer,sucking up 6.3 gigs of mem via 22,000 files.http://www.pcworld.com/.../never10-is-a-free-app-for-when.
.. Gibson Research
Never10 is a free app for when you absolutely, positively don't want Windows…PCWORLD.COM