Keith_K Posted August 2, 2015 Share Posted August 2, 2015 ..and from what I have read on discussions elsewhere it would seem that my HD 2014 Pro software will not work properly on the new platform and is therefore redundant with a lot of work that I have done and the dosh it cost me to buy down the drain. I expect to hear quite soon as to when my Windows 10 download from MS will be available to me so I have been weighing up my options which, for someone whose pension/income is a mere $234 a week, are seemingly severely limited. 1. HD Pro 2016 @ £296/$462 - too expensive as I can't not eat for two weeks. 2. HD Architectural 2016 @ £125/$195 which I could try and save for over 5 weeks or so. (Strangely this is only a few of Pounds less than what I paid for HD Pro in 2014) 3. Giving up the hobby I love. Some of you will know the sort of work I do using my current software. Will I be able to do anything anywhere near it using Architectural? And if my impressions about the compatibility between Windows 10 and my current software are wrong please don't shout at me! I have only been out of hospital for a few days after having a couple of heart attacks and am feeling somewhat sensitive and emotional. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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