Hammer_Time wrote:I think Windows 8 is great for Touch-enabled devices like Tablets etc.
What W8 means?
But W8 isn't stupidly bad
to transition the masses to the new interfaces
and give sufficient time for all the program makers to deliver a working usable program.
the opportunity for the new venture into the next generation computing that Windows 8 represents.
Windows 7's "perfection"
is that Windows 7 style GUI is done with
PS - I have yet to use Windows 8 full time, just used it briefly now and then while helping relatives fix their issues.
Me too. And i dread the fact that my dad just got a new system with W8 on it
Hammer_Time wrote:Email this link to him, mebbe it will help a bit:
http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/w ... sheet.html
DIREWOLF75 wrote:Calling W8 pathetic is too nice. Way too nice. Calling it an affront to humanity probably comes closer to what it deserves.
Windows 8.1's Calculator app sums up what's wrong with Microsoft's new OS
Hammer_Time wrote:http://betanews.com/2013/10/28/windows-8-1s-calculator-app-sums-up-whats-wrong-with-microsofts-new-os/Windows 8.1's Calculator app sums up what's wrong with Microsoft's new OS
As I said all along , Windows 8.x is great on a tablet or other mobile device with a touch screen, but on a desktop pc it leaves much to be desired...
The July 1987 issue of PC World magazine featured a centerfold (!) of Microsoft CEO Bill Gates proudly sporting an OS/2 button
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