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CNN Money says, "Windows 10 is seriously great - Jul. 28, 2015 ". I'll hold off for a bit, because I need to first back up everything and download important drivers, lest Windows 10 and my devices not play well together.
I am curious about this, though:
Has anyone yet installed Windows 10 on their computer or laptop, and afterward tried using NOOK for PC or NOOKStudy?
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