I just got a new awesome gaming computer! Yay! BUT, why, oh why, is the update from 10240 to 10586 x64 2.55 GB? My internet is slow and I just don't get it. If I'd known that I'd have installed 10586 to begin with. I mean, it's not an update, it's a complete upgrade. It's going to take 8 hours to download that. I'm mad and want to rant. Are they going to do it like this from now on, completely replacing the damn OS every so often with a freakin' multi-gigabyte "update"? Did I mention I'm mad about it? This is me cursing with every curse word I can think of. Twice. And after the upgrade I'm absolutely sure I'll have to delete the "$Windows.~BT" and whatever else folder the damn upgrade makes. I'm glad I know a lot about computers. The average Joe doesn't stand a chance with all this B.S. Yesterday I installed windows 7 ultimate on an old hard drive, got the genuineticket.xml with gatherosstate.exe, replaced that drive with my main one, clean installed windows 10240 offline, put the genuineticket.xml in the correct folder, rebooted, got online, and it activated immediately. Then I started updates last night with my windows update full control script with wumt and here I am on day 2, still not done yet. The bright side is, when all this is over and everything is working, I'm going to play elaborate computer games where you blow up stuff and kill people to relieve my pent up anger. AAARGHH!!!!!!!