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Old 04. Feb 2015, 06:47 PM   #21 (permalink)
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I've goggled about this upgrade to Win 10,and some people say, one has to pay after a year for win 7 users ?hope that's not the case!
Please read the posts in this thread for an answer to this query of yours.

If you upgrade to Windows 10 in the first year, then you won't have to pay for Windows 10 at all... for its updates, or anything thereafter.

However, if the upgrade itself is performed after an year, it's going to cost you.
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Old 04. Feb 2015, 07:04 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Please read the posts in this thread for an answer to this query of yours.

If you upgrade to Windows 10 in the first year, then you won't have to pay for Windows 10 at all... for its updates, or anything thereafter.

However, if the upgrade itself is performed after an year, it's going to cost you.
Thanks Anupam; please can you tell me how to get pages in the task-bar like in Win7.
I'm using Win 7 as right now and i like it so far,the only problem i encountered was ,i wanted to open another page,while keeping the previews page in the taskbar,so i could gain access to it later,but couldn't,any help on this would be appreciated.
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Sorry, no idea for that one. Maybe someone else can help .
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Old 04. Feb 2015, 08:44 PM   #24 (permalink)
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Sorry, no idea for that one. Maybe someone else can help .
Ok check this Utube video, she talks how to do one page,but i want more pages, on win 7 i click google chrome open web browser open any of my favorite forum then i for exemple reply to a thread write my test, ok then i need, say, get a link from other site,click the minimize button and click again google chrome browser and get my link or any document link or text, and copy and then maximize the first page and past my text link on the thread i want to post,( _, X, Close)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WPQIZe5ZMIM
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You did not had to install Windows 7 first, to install Windows 10. An upgrade is not the only way to install Windows 10. You could have installed Windows 10, by simply downloading its ISO from Windows 10 link, and then perform its clean install. There was no need to install Windows 7 first, and then perform an upgrade. Straight away downloading the Windows 10 ISO and then installing it on the drive would have saved you loads of time, and trouble.

To remove the rollback option, read this:

http://www.ghacks.net/2015/02/04/how...tion-on-start/
Thanks for the link: i thought that Rollback option would be for return to Win 7!

What is the use of Rollback in details ?

Also if i had had made a full Iso of win 10,to install in another HDD as i did, how would it be recognized for key activation?
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Ok check this Utube video, she talks how to do one page,but i want more pages, on win 7 i click google chrome open web browser open any of my favorite forum then i for exemple reply to a thread write my test, ok then i need, say, get a link from other site,click the minimize button and click again google chrome browser and get my link or any document link or text, and copy and then maximize the first page and past my text link on the thread i want to post,( _, X, Close)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WPQIZe5ZMIM
If I understand you correctly, you are wanting to minimize the windows for your running programs. This is easy to do using Windows keyboard shortcuts:
Alt+spacebar, N will minimize the active window
Windows+M will minimize all windows. Shift+Windows+M will unminimize all windows
Windows+D in Windows 8 will minimize all windows and display the desktop

You can also use many Windows keyboard shortcuts in your web browser including Chrome. So instead of minimizing your Chrome window, you can create a new tab using the shortcut keys Ctrl+T. You can switch between open tabs by pressing Ctrl+PgUp or Ctrl+PgDn which display the previous and next tabs.

You can also work with tabs using the mouse. To open a new tab click the small New Tab tab to the right of the open tabs. Clicking on the tab you want will then display it.

Another way to open a new tab is to right click on an existing tab and select New Tab from the context menu that appears.

I might have misunderstood your issue because you talk about "pages" but I think you really mean windows and tabs. Multiple tabs can be displayed in one window and they literally have a tab (usually at the top like in a drop file folder drawer) with a title so you can click on the "page" you want to see.
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If I understand you correctly, you are wanting to minimize the windows for your running programs. This is easy to do using Windows keyboard shortcuts:
Alt+spacebar, N will minimize the active window
Windows+M will minimize all windows. Shift+Windows+M will unminimize all windows
Windows+D in Windows 8 will minimize all windows and display the desktop

You can also use many Windows keyboard shortcuts in your web browser including Chrome. So instead of minimizing your Chrome window, you can create a new tab using the shortcut keys Ctrl+T. You can switch between open tabs by pressing Ctrl+PgUp or Ctrl+PgDn which display the previous and next tabs.

You can also work with tabs using the mouse. To open a new tab click the small New Tab tab to the right of the open tabs. Clicking on the tab you want will then display it.

Another way to open a new tab is to right click on an existing tab and select New Tab from the context menu that appears.

I might have misunderstood your issue because you talk about "pages" but I think you really mean windows and tabs. Multiple tabs can be displayed in one window and they literally have a tab (usually at the top like in a drop file folder drawer) with a title so you can click on the "page" you want to see.
Yes Window tabs, thanks
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What is the use of Rollback in details ?
As mentioned in the article itself, rollback is used to return Windows 10 to the initial state.

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Also if i had had made a full Iso of win 10,to install in another HDD as i did, how would it be recognized for key activation?
As it is a technical preview, it does not need to be activated, and does not need any key. It is a technical preview, and therefore, goes without saying that such a system cannot be used for daily use. It is just to evaluate.
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Old 05. Feb 2015, 07:33 AM   #29 (permalink)
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Yes Window tabs, thanks
Please learn to use proper terms for things, otherwise it becomes really difficult for anyone to understand what you are saying. We will certainly help, but as you can see, you have posted about a problem, which is nowhere related to the topic of the thread, that is, Windows 10. Please post about separate issues in a separate thread.
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Also be aware that it WILL expire, so don't use it for new stuff that you are not prepared to redo. Settings/programs and so on will not be able to be carried forward to a real version if it is anything like previous ones.
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