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Samsung SSDs really need to be compatible with Windows 10

Or they need a disclaimer on the website/packaging that says something along the lines of 'not all software associated with this device is compatible with Windows 10'.

I can't even migrate OS to my new 850 Pro 256GB SSD, and I just noticed that my 850 Pro 128GB SSD no longer has Rapid Mode Enabled.

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Sounds compatible. Just a feature missing.

If it was incompatible, Windows 10 would not install or run?

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My system originally ran off a Partition on my Toshiba HDD. When I built my new PC, I used the same HDD with the plan of migrating the OS to an 850 Pro 256GB SSD and using my pre-existing 128GB 850 Pro SSD for games and intensive programs. Until Samsung updates Magician and their Migration Software to support Windows 10, I'm stuck running my OS off my HDD.

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Just last week

I used Apricom's software to migrate a 10 to SSD. Why would I wait for Samsung?

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