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Old 09-16-2013, 05:45 PM
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I work in IT so I know a thing or two about upgrades and I will warn you that over the years I've become extremely conservative with upgrades.

I never jump to a new version when it is first released. After I feel that it's been around for a fair amount of time I get the release notes. If there is nothing in the notes that claim to fix a problem I'm having I don't upgrade.

You see ever new software upgrade comes with it's own set of issues. Why would I trade known issues for unknown issues unless I'm sure they will work. The reason for not being the first to upgrade is so that you have at least some idea what you are getting yourself into.

Peoples need to be on the latest version and be "first" to have something gets them into more trouble. If you have extreme issues with your unit and this update claims to fix it by all means try. But You are taking a huge risk.
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