Upgrading to Windows 7 from Windows 10 may be the best plan

Honestly this absolute fucking shit show of Windows 10 is driving me fucking mental.

The shoddy, cobbled together by PC illiterates OS has crashed at least once every single fucking DAY for the past 3 days.

Had Windows 10 been released, say, 9 months ago, I wouldn’t even really bat much of an eyelid. Teething problems – we all have those.


If you can’t fucking sort a stable OS out in nearly 6 years, you are totally fucking incompetent at your job, and are only keeping it because daddy is head of department. Or you sucked off the manager. Or the whole board.

Whatever the scenario, this is absolutely fucking pathetic. I build my own PC’s I know what the fuck I’m doing. I don’t overclock anything and I don’t make any silly adjustments or mods when I don’t know what I’m doing. All of this shit is down to the train wreck that is Windows 10. I’m going to look deep into just how much of a ‘risk’ it would be running Windows 7. Of course the FBI would issue a warning over it, but they were referring more to companies running Windows 7. I’m of precious little interest to the maggot-dicked acne ridden pondlife who sit there all day hacking into things to implant ransomware etc.

There’s stories of the sheer number of people still not downgrading to Windows 10. That’s because of the base level key advantage Windows 7 has: it WORKS.

Published by InsanityDaily

I'm a gamer. I'm a coaster. I am happy in general. We're all born by chance and we're all gonna die. That makes me no better or worse than you. Get over that fact and we'll probably get along. I comment on the Google news feed a lot. Oh, and I swear quite a lot.

2 thoughts on “Upgrading to Windows 7 from Windows 10 may be the best plan

  1. Microsoft would have been best leaning into their strengths, making Windows 8 more like Windows 7 and gradually evolving things to where we are now.

    Windows 8 was the radical shift that nobody was dealing with. In response, Windows treats 10 like “we don’t care about user feedback anymore because you let Windows 8 flop”… their update history has a LONG line of insiders warning others are huge bugs and data loss that are in updates that have not be pushed to the masses… and then they pushed to the masses, without fixing them. I fully believe this is because Windows 8 didn’t go over well, and now their attitude is one of “to hell with them”.

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    1. Yeah Windows 8 was the catalyst of course – it being their silly experiment after they had their little meeting about making an “ecosystem” based around Windows Phones – short sightedly and maybe arrogantly assuming those would just be around forever. Windows 10 was unfortunately released shortly before it became very clear that no, Windows Phones were NOT going to be around forever, and trying to make an ‘all in one’ OS work on a proper desktop PC was a really, really painful experience. So woooooop they bolted a Start Menu back on and were subsequently like “what!?! We’ve made it like proper Windows again!” 🤦🏻‍♂️


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