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I'm still on Windows 8, works well for me

Let em know.

Yall do da ridiculous extended beta testing.

8.1 forever.

Until linux takes over in 2037.

Exactly, 10 was a mess on my dads computer. Im probably going full Linux this summer though
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I'm still on Windows 8, works well for me

Let em know.

Yall do da ridiculous extended beta testing.

8.1 forever.

Until linux takes over in 2037.

 

Or until Microsoft auto installs 10 on your computer overnight.

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Or until Microsoft auto installs 10 on your computer overnight.

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Or until Microsoft auto installs 10 on your computer overnight.

I had two desktops do this and it messed up my internet settings when I had to switch it back.
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post #155 of 160
download GWX Control Panel it stops windows from updating to win 10
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Does anyone know how if I can add a document template to the "right click new" in a folder.

In my Wednesday job I write reports (medical negligence basically) all using the same template. I usually go to a blank one I have made and start there but if I could right click in a folder and open that template that would be cool. I've been in the registry but can't see how I can do it.

This is the menu if I've not been clear:



I want a specific .dot file in that list.

Would be much appreciated.

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Does anyone know how if I can add a document template to the "right click new" in a folder.

In my Wednesday job I write reports (medical negligence basically) all using the same template. I usually go to a blank one I have made and start there but if I could right click in a folder and open that template that would be cool. I've been in the registry but can't see how I can do it.

This is the menu if I've not been clear:



I want a specific .dot file in that list.

Would be much appreciated.

Not sure if this is what you're trying to do, as they explain it for an .XML file

http://www.askvg.com/how-to-add-remove-items-from-new-menu-in-windows/

Edit: see this too http://www.thewindowsclub.com/remove-items-from-new-context-menu
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Thanks, that's what I was looking at - but I can't seem to be able to add a specific template or file to that list.

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post #159 of 160
Why are dudes hating on Windows 10? Jus dual boot Linux if you hate it that much

I for one have had no problems with it since launch. Minor niggles
post #160 of 160
Read too many horror stories regarding random rebooting due to auto updating, random bugs, etc. 8.1 is stable enough for me now so im sticking with that and continuing to let windows 10 fans beta test something that was released more than a year ago and still gets daily complaints about being buggy as ****.
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