The change that stands out to me the most off the install is the change to the borders on the edge of program windows. These have been reduced quite a bit. You could always change this if you knew what you were doing before in previous versions but if you never did, it does stand out. I haven't had a negative nor positive thought about it.
For those thinking of trying the new version: Windows 10 doesn't work for the legacy trainers that won't work for IE10+ / Windows 8. Windows 10 still uses IE11 as the base version.
[Edited by Neo7, 10/1/2014 9:53:44 PM]
In all seriousness though... They went with 10 because of some compatibility issues with third party software that took a shortcut in their code when trying to detect the OS. Example: if(version.startswith("Windows 9")
Yeah about the trainers I figured that much and it's sad.
I remember asking P if someday he plans to make these trainer compatible and he got mad because it takes alot of work and not many people are nostalgic as some are.
Anyway I know nothing about programming but I always wonder if it's possible to write a script and apply it on all of those trainers, or if each trainer requires different codes..
[Edited by kingkob, 10/4/2014 4:20:50 PM]
That's too big of an LOE.
[Edited by Neo7, 10/4/2014 4:52:40 PM]
* Up to 400 new and updated trainers monthly
* Manage and update trainers through one app
* Request which games get new trainers
* Priority support with any problem