So I'm just returning after a long time away, stopped coming back after I got a bunch of graphical anomalies after I used NMM (tuned out my graphics card was fried). I was also set back by the sheer amount of mess with various game locations, backups, mods here and there, different save-location-backups and... you probably get my point.
So now I have a bunch of hard drives (had them when I quit, but windows not supporting MBR convert to GPT when you don't have UEFI installed OS... grrrrrr). One 2TB drive for documents (pictures, documents, video etc.), another 2TB for generic games & programs, 600GB Velociraptor for more demanding games, 3TB backup drive and 250GB SSD for OS. So why is this important? Because I just formatted and deleted all my up to 10-15 year old files and backups. I've set up everything perfect, and I'm installing EVERYTHING from the ground up. That's a lot of work.
Basically what I need to know is,
1: Will NMM in any way require me to re-install mods, or will it only (potentially) need a clean install of the client?
2: Is NMM in it's final coding language? referring to this: http://forums.nexusmods.com/index.php?/topic/2814219-dev-saying-hello/
3: What is the current ETA (considering previous progress over time) for when NMM will be in *final release* so to speak?
4: Is Windows 10 currently fully supported? if not, maybe you have an ETA, or even a definitive release date?
Edited by slimsanta, 15 September 2015 - 11:42 PM.