Not trying to be a rebel but the discussion isn't simply about W10 but the opening topic makes it a 50/50 discussion.-steve- wrote: ↑Mon Aug 26, 2019 3:46 pmOn the same token, this topic should not devolve into a discussion simply about Windows 10, whether it's spyware, its moral and political implications or any of that. Those are perfectly valid subjects, but have little to do with what OSes are supported by Steinberg products.
The fact of its moral and political implications is the reason why certain users "don't " want to migrate to it, so that makes it a valid argument. I understand the advancement of technology and always have been for it but in the same breath, it has forced upgrades on some of those who didn't need or couldn't afford it.
I've been lucky to have all my versions of Cubase and whatever OS's I've used them on run pretty near flawlessly.
I appreciate this DAW and all it has to offer but I will unfortunately have to stay with the latest version that will run on W7 Pro. That's not to say future versions won't run on 7 but just won't be supported. It's just unfortunate that eventually, I will run into a wall with compatibility. Until I do, it's W7.