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    Nimbi is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by றѳѳղղįqվદ® View Post
    Windows 7 Enterprise
    Windows 7 Pro and Windows 7 Education

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    Thanks. sadly my Windows 10 sub isn't being used so I doubt that will count towards me xD. And alas, I'm on Windows 7 Ultimate. But it's good to know anyways.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nimbi View Post

    I'm trying to determine whether or not keeping Windows 7 is a good idea. My main concern is whether or not a large amount of the software and games I use will eventually force me to go to Windows 10 [which I am entirely against due to my hatred for the entire UWP platform in general].

    If it turns out I can't keep my supported software, my only real option is to run Manjaro MATE [my preferred linux distro]. But again with AMD Graphics most of my games simply won't run with WINE on linux.

    Does anyone have any input on whether or not I should just make the swap or stick with Windows 7. Because I refuse to go back to that Windows 10 Metro trash.
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