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Windows 8 Gets "Overwhelmingly Negative" Response From Vendors
As for Start button...Check this: Damn. I ran Bench 32 and my jaw dropped. Adding a touchscreen into a PC is expensive, and they're competing with tablets that are much cheaper. Anyone know why?
Handheld Group Algiz 10x Rugged 10.1-inch Windows Tablet PC - 10/15/2012 06:22 AM The Handheld Group is ready to release the Algiz 10x 10.1-inch rugged tablet PC. That's not just my opinion, it's fact. Check it in here. It pisses me off that everybody hates it for no good reasons.
With an age rating in place I personally don't see why Microsoft keeps restricting stuff as age restrictions on the operating system's marketplace. 18 pages 1 2 3 4 > » But ultrabooks are still expensive, with most models around $1,000, and they haven't been compelling enough to overcome the growing popularity of smartphones and tablets.Now, PC makers are in a tough Instead, we'll see a gradual ramp up. Windows 8 is going to be the new Vista, completely unnecessary OS upgrade, thus a complete dissapointment.
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In fact, they tend to view you as a biased source, and thus ignore whatever points you may be trying to say ( especially if in making your points, you are Would be nice if they were. Small sample and on a tech site. When you and others say things like Windows 8 is horrible with mice and when others and myself don't have any problems with using Windows 8 keyboards and mice, it's just
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Free Games! What does end user choice have to do with supply chain? and sucked. bigdogchris said: ↑ I believe that desktop and tablet/mobile operating systems should be separate.Click to expand...
I guess they are scared of Apple's interface and think they can take that market away from them. but in fact you really don't have to except for the Start Menu. dnottis, Oct 15, 2012 dnottis, Oct 15, 2012 #203 Oct 15, 2012 #204 Druneau [H]ard|Gawd Messages: 1,751 Joined: Jan 3, 2006 I will use windows 8. Please stop repeating the 'its the new UI or dead end old UI' myth as if the only to improve the UI and add touch was what we have today.
How many enterprises do you think are going to roll out Windows 8 without any sort of business case being made for it? Quote: Yes...and apparently a graphics card that's compatible with that particular boot method (at least according to the description given by my UEFI when I select the option) Well at least Fonts, display parameters, layers.
Sure, in 6 months time people may tolerate it, but it still doesn't mean it isn't ugly or unintuitive.
hows it it for gaming? Rahym Limp Gawd Messages: 424 Joined: Mar 23, 2012 YeuEmMaiMai said: ↑ that's what the MS nut swingers do, totally ignore the obvious and give you some redicilous answer that takes Rahym said: ↑ Doesn't that describe Modern UI just about exactly? Don't bash it until you try it.
The trade off is that the programs lack the subtly and depth of desktop programs. There may be concerns among OEMs, and certainly the pending release has disrupted PC sales, but it looks like, despite the tech blogs, the average Joe is pretty excited about the To make things worse, one of White’s supply chain sources said that Windows 8 will not have any significant market impact “until the second-half of 2013.” All of these factors lead No one can tell the future.
It just doesn't add up. times are most certainly good.Click to expand... A signal of Communism on a blue plate. HeavyHemi Ancient Guru Posts: 5176 Joined: 2008-10-27 #4432239 Posted on: 10/16/2012 10:06 AM Gee, the typical slow initial adoption of a new interface is surprising?