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Why Windows 8 WILL and WONT FAIL.

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11th April 2012, 10:47 PM |#11  
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wonders how one can educate the few unwilling to learn....
 
 
13th April 2012, 07:55 AM |#12  
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Thank god for downloadable apps that can leave you trapped in the past. Hooray for celebrating a refusal to learn, grow, adapt and move forward. Who needs to evolve? It's not like anything in the world changes, after all.

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There is way to change it though. Just download a third party application, and your free of metro.

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You can't. You just have to educate those who understand that Life IS Change, and let the rest of them die off. The species is better off that way.

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13th April 2012, 11:04 AM |#13  
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Not true
Windows 8 got alot done under the hood, if you are the average person you would get used to press windows + I to reboot, shutdown or access settings. I would say Win 8 is even better than win 7, at least on my middle spec laptop
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13th April 2012, 12:08 PM |#14  
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We Cant Just Stick With A 15 Year UI

We Must Change

If You Tried The New Metro UI , I Know That You Will Fell Engrossed

But If You Use It For About A Month You Will Love It

Why ?!

Becuase You Know How To Use It , Thats Why

BTW If You Want To ShutDown JusT Simply Press Alt+F4
13th April 2012, 02:44 PM |#15  
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(btw I have had windows 8 builds since when it was back with desktop, I know how to use the metro UI)
13th April 2012, 09:34 PM |#16  
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I love metro on my laptop

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14th April 2012, 06:40 AM |#17  
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Well Guy's

We Cant Just Stick With A 15 Year UI

We Must Change

If You Tried The New Metro UI , I Know That You Will Fell Engrossed

But If You Use It For About A Month You Will Love It

Why ?!

Becuase You Know How To Use It , Thats Why

BTW If You Want To ShutDown JusT Simply Press Alt+F4

The Windows 7 UI is not 15 years old. Similar != Same. It doesn't suprise me that someone who would say that is fine with a Metro desktop, though
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Only 1 word : PERFORMANCE

The bootup speed is well.amazing 6s for boot WOW!
Performance well BF3 before < 20FPS now > 50FPS
UI great i got used to it in about 1min
15th April 2012, 09:44 PM |#19  
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The Windows 7 UI is not 15 years old. Similar != Same. It doesn't suprise me that someone who would say that is fine with a Metro desktop, though

yes it is, it might have a new coat of paint on it every now and then but essentially Win 7 has used the same UI since Win 95

Look, you clearly don't want to listen and you seem to have a warped sense of reality...

Win95 - Win7 UI

Desktop, Icons, taskbar, start menu, tool bars. = function and purpose the same (bar fancy looks)

Widgets are not I suppose as they are apart of Aero, however that level of development wasn't available 15 years ago, but I could make an HTML program to do the same thing and have that set as my desktop on 9x desktops, so function could be the same, bar looks.
15th April 2012, 10:27 PM |#20  
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Only 1 word : PERFORMANCE

The bootup speed is well.amazing 6s for boot WOW!
Performance well BF3 before < 20FPS now > 50FPS
UI great i got used to it in about 1min

On my Toshiba satellite l505 I actually saw DECREASED performance vs windows 7
16th April 2012, 02:48 AM |#21  
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I think win 8 will make a large change in OS

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