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Windows 8 Is Destroying A New Computer Experience For Me
After all, while many people choose to use a truck for basic transportation, they're really designed and optimized for work. And guess what, can't find Windows 7 for new PC's. > And not due to Microsoft pushing it. Logged soybeanGenius The first soybean ever to learn the computer.Thanked: 462 Computer: Specs Experience: Experienced OS: Windows 7 Re: Upgraded to Windows 8.1, ruined my computer « Reply #3 on: December Integration and ecosystem will be absolutely key in terms of who wins the next round of tech wars. http://themenage.com/windows-8/windows-8-1-computer.html
Someone posted detailed instructions on the Lenovo forum for restoring sanity to this wacky disk configuration. But I mean, I had those when I was on Windows 8 and my System worked fine.Everything just changed when I upgraded to 8.1And yeah, I got a recovery partition. A hybrid requiring you to use both at the same time is too much, but two separate OS for two separate solutions for separate problems would've been better. Not that C++ is a bad way to go, but they need to provide their devs a consistent message and a clear path forward.
Windows 8 Failure
Boy, was I in for a ride. Granted I've not used Update 1, but it seems the changes being made will make the environment more suited to non-touch environments. Mouse and keyboard support, big screen support, multi screen support, peripherals.
It Has to Be a Virus!"
Photos.com ↓ Continue Reading Below The problem here is that people use the word "virus" to mean "bad program doing weird things to my computer," The right choice was to create the Metro approach to all the things we could do on the desktop and make sure they "talk to each other" seamlessly. It was a great idea.. I don't really CARE if you people don't have touch screens.
Here is where you do the math and realize that the "cheap" upgrade has turned into a Vietnam-style quagmire that's now costing you more than what you'd have paid for an We decided to do a fresh install of Windows 8 on my computer, meaning that all my data on my hard drive would be obliterated (note: please backup your computer before Most people habituated themselves to whatever they used first. How could- oooooohhh." ...
What Happened To Windows 9
My only complaint is they really need a TweakUI app for those of us who want to customize it a bit more. 2. Windows 8 is just a year and a few months old. I would have been totally happy with that AND would have checked out and learned about the Metro screen just because it was there and one button click away. As I said in a previous post, you have the option of restoring the system to your original OS (Vista) and then doing the upgrade to Win 8 and then, if
Login or register to post comments neonspark on Feb 9, 2014 read Mary Jo's column and you'll see MSFT basically apologized to revs for pushing the Sinofsky COM strategy. To me the biggest problem is really what they have done with developers. Update 1 is a step backward from 8.1. Source there would be no OSX since it's market share by comparison to windows has always been dismal.
Very nice ultrabook! But you still needed to know how to put air in the tires and gas in the tank, and how to get bloodstains out of the trunk. And for this, I must give you praise.
It cannot be easier than how I've just made it for you.
Cause that's what this whole mess is all about: Microsoft not being able to accept their being late in the mobile and tablet markets. Companies won't develop different apps for 'consumer' devices and 'enterprise' device. My Surface Pro is running 8.1 but I seldom use it except when traveling. If a hard drive fails and you have not burned a DVD from your recovery partition, then you're in that situation again where you have to buy the OS.
And why isn't anyone filing a lawsuit over this? I assuming you have a disc for Win 8 upgrade from XP/Vista/7. Windows 8 is a disaster in every sense of the word that took Microsoft several decades backward Login or register to post comments msand on Feb 9, 2014 Paul, well-written and http://themenage.com/windows-8/windows-8-1-reboots-computer-instead-of-shutting-down.html This mobile environment worked just fine with mouse and keyboard in Windows 8.0 and 8.1, and it was consistent with the touch-based interactions for which the environment was designed.
It shall be fantastic. But, there's a bigger issue than just the APIs. If you're upgrading from Windows XP or Vista, you'll find that you have to reinstall your software programs. they're lazy fuckheads who can't even bother getting their fat asses out of their own chairs in order to steal.
Many do, but most don't. Microsoft representatives declined to comment for this story.But in the end it is Microsoft that looks foolish because if everything isn’t perfect out of the box then Windows 8 will have Have you considered that the battery may be defective? You're just re-creating windows 8 in a more chaotic way that has ever been though of.
Even on the Server Windows is fine. Power Options 3. This , coupled with a RAM and an HDD upgrade, made my 5 year old computer run the best that it has in a long time, and I was happy.Windows 8.1