You have to ask yourself if you have any recourse after installing Windows 10.
First, Microsoft was supposed to call at 8am this morning. That was the appointment time they set up. They didn’t call me until 7pm. Yes, 11 hours late.
After they called, the worked in my machine for a few hours and then decided they would let it sit and see what happens over the next 24 hours.
During that 11 hours I decided to go see what storage solutions I could find. I’m at the point where I need to purchase a larger storage solution, but also, in case I’m forced to purchase another computer, I thought I’d go check out computers too.
I ended up getting a router that supports 2 USB 3.0 drives as well as an eSATA drive. I also picked up two 5TB drives.
When I got home I tore things apart setting up the router and the drives. However, it is all temporary as I need to make a shelf.
So, Elizabethe goes to Lowe’s to pickup the wood for my shelf, but their saw is broken. Uhg. So my office looks like a scene from Spies Like Us where the floor is all torn up and wires are all over the place.
Again, I ask if there is any recourse? Can a consumer hope for anything better in a situation like this?
I’ve learned a huge lesson. It is this… you get what you pay for and Windows 10 Update was FREE. Yeah, I really got sucked in to being a free (unpaid) Beta Tester in this case.