Saturday, November 14, 2015

Windows 10 Update

I installed the update yesterday and have had lots of problems. Half of my programs, some free some paid for, would not load. I solved some of the problems with the help of the program's service department but still others are not resolved. I really like using a computer but it can be very frustrating at times.
I hope that Microsoft will iron out the update soon.


3 comments:

Janna and Mike said...

I downloaded Windows 10 and decided I didn't have the patience to fuss with the program. I deleted it from my computer, went back to Windows 7 and will cope with Windows 10 when I have to get a new laptop.

Anonymous said...

to you use our computer I have my hubs who knows a lot help me..We got a new printer and it takes me a long time to get something printed, all in a days work I say..Love your comments about what your Mother said, I try to keep an apron on all the time, it makes me feel like I am in another time zone, I remember my long gone to heaven relatives and I don't get stuff on my outfits, I take my clothes off at night and inspect them for dirt and wrinkles if they are free of them I hang them up to air and don't wash them constantly but I do shower and clean myself up all the time, lived on a farm only took baths 2 times a week well water and only one bath and shower and we saved the water from the well for other household chores, no dishwasher my brother and myself and my baby sister did that, learned to cook, can clean and mend clothing and embroidered things and made do with what we had, ordered clothes from the montgy ward catalogue early for school which opened in late august of each year out in late may, everyone pulled their weight as it was told, my Mother died young and had to live in the city at first I hated it so many things that were loud & everyone had new clothes from stores, we did not live that way and I did not like the way the clicks for friends were I maintained my friendships from the country and still see many I knew who live not far from where I have lived for over 37 years, all wonderful people not like the city slickers I was forced to live around but not after I graduated from high school..Enjoy your blog a lot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

I meant to say I so enjoy your words of wisdom..Money doesn't grow on trees and neither does friendships..I learned a lot on the farm, the teachers in the schools we attended were friends of my family, they would call your family if something was amiss, there was no lollygaging allowed everyone buckled down..I took Home Ec for 3 years got straight A's as my relatives could cook, bake, quilt, sew can and do most everything, women on farms worked as hard as men and their homes reflected peace and serenity, sunday suppers were the best, we had to do our studies no excuses were ever permitted, the teacher was always right and that was that, so were our relatives, we never spoke to them ill or untoward and we looked great as my relatives made most of our clothing and shoes were bought only to use in school we had serviceable shoes on the farm..I never worried about one thing, then my Mother passed and I had to live in the big city & my Father took to drink we were taken away and our lives were stressful and terribly unhappy, I turned 18 and lived with my Mother's elderly Mother in San Diego she held on for about 4 years for me to graduate from college and then passed when I was just about to graduate it broke my heart, I did not want to live in San Diego but had to and worked and saved and eventually came back to Washington state and met my husband we lived in the country in Colorado and I had our only child and now she is nearly 39 many miles from us and we ache for her, she calls mornings and evenings, daily! We see her often though and she is the light of our lives..We feel both of us 42 years married soon your family is everything and the people you love, your faith and food prepared lovingly by those who gather around a table, a home is the relfection of the people who inhabit not things..keep up such a sweet blog..