- Sep 3, 2015
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Okay, it's been now over a month since "Program Manager," supposedly dead for years, began cropping up in Windows 10. I am not the only one to have been hit by this anomaly, but MS tech support reps deny that it exists, and offer inane suggestions, none of which have worked, for me or any of the others who have discovered this holdover from OS/2 and Win 3.1 days. Okay MS, when are you going to admit that you still have ancient code still lurking around the innards of Windows 10? Why should I have to put up with slowing "Shut Down" and "Reboot?" Because you've "got me," and I have no other choice? Uh, think again. If such issues persist, and grow, even after this "all new" release, i.e., Win 10, it is entirely possible for me and others to in fact make the migration to Apple. I don't want to. I am too used to Windows for that to be an easy choice, but how 'bout you ending your misleading claims, and building a truly NEW Windows "shell," instead of relying on the legacies of DOS!!!!