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The first line of that quoted article noted that Windows 8 was a mess. Removes Windows 10 Metro Apps. I think the overwhelming success of the OS already speaks for what I'm saying. On a tablet people don't want to worry about Desktop, they'd probably be best doing everything in Metro.

But given the way things are going, Windows should evolve into a system that is laser targeted to the customers who will in fact continue using it regularly. Ever since I've seen the newest screenshots for Update 1, I've been thinking the same thing. Even invoking the thing is a hit and miss affair and enticing it out of its lair is nothing more than an irritating chore. A newly created user profile is populated with all the default apps instead of giving the user a choice.

Windows 8 Failure

Market it as the "better than ever desktop!" 2. So far they have quite much failed but the need is still there. Do this, get a cheap 120 gb Sata 3 SSD and toss it into a desktop. you can customize the start screen with you faviourite desktop apps.

Amazing displays across their range... Search twitter for words like "Windows 8 laptop" or "Windows 8 computer" and you will find a lot of comments from users complaining. Yeah, it's a great OS for Admins. Windows 7 This is where MS really dogged itself under the watchful, blind eye(s) of Ballmer.

The beauty of 8 is it's ability to do just this exact thing and do it well. After adding a user in the PC settings menu, go into the desktop control panel and click Manage Another Account, select the name of the new account and then click Change What human being actually talks in marketing bylines? While you, and some other enthusiasts like Win 8, most others don't.

Her most recent interest is social media, and how it is changing everyone's life drastically. Microsoft Microsoft should have made all of its built-in apps -- especially Windows Explorer and Control Panel -- work in Modern UI, but tablet users can address this problem by making the The Windows 8 Developer Preview, Consumer Preview and Release Preview have been, and in many cases are, used by millions of users to test the functionality of the Windows 8 operating http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1223563048 Angel Ham The former?

What Happened To Windows 9

Later,after installing all updates available, a wifi issue occurred and instead or trying to roll back a driver[s] I used the only system restore point which was almost the out of Has touch control for live tiles and applications been removed and is no longer accessible for those with a touchscreen monitor, that is unlikely. Windows 8 Failure Reply ilev August 23, 2012 at 10:42 am # "certain active-x sites won’t load on it..."Active-x is the biggest security risk ever and is not to be used under any circumstances. Steven Sinofsky It's not designed for EP, nor is it functional in a corporate setting.

Google opened up Go. Consumer wants easy, they get easy. Sent from my Windows 7 desktop with grown-up graphics Daleos Good advice. I'm stuck with the 8 at home which I only use for playing games, and some as recent as Bioshock don't run good as in the 7. Windows 10

Though with Atablarasa and Kabal, I'll completely agree (with one caveat)... Update 1? You may recall that I previously described Windows 8.1 as an apology, a way to fix Windows as much as possible in one year, and make the Metro environment more hospitable And even then, you still don't get all the functionality Microsoft removed. ► "Quantify shared by the vast majority.

Smazeli Ahahahaa, holy crow you have to be on Microsoft's payroll. "They made it personal, they made it touchable.". Web and installed Office applications on both machines with collaboration. Windows as a UI shell/experience: Here we see three different Microsofts in Ballmer's era: 1.

The only reason I bought Windows 8 is because I could afford it.

Yes, Win8 is a Janus faced thing and at the end of the day I am fine with that. Login or register to post comments Proesterchen on Feb 9, 2014 "The desktop is a legacy environment, most people will use touch devices with some level of keyboard and pointer support http://www.mrseb.co.uk/ Sebastian Anthony Yep. Login or register to post comments rogercr on Feb 9, 2014 Hello Paul, I am a little confused, what you are putting in this article contradict what you expressed here: http://winsupersite.com/windows-8/windows-81-update-1-modernmix

http://www.nizkor.org/features/fallacies/ad-hominem.html Ray C I personally only think Windows 8 needs to be tweaked. Focusing in enterprise workstations doesn't make any sense. It's a mature product that has reached its inevitable end of life. 2) Based on the reception of windows phone, nobody wants this brand new OS. In certain cases it's extremely difficult to find or update drivers for your hardware devices (anyone who's tried to install a fresh Windows onto their laptop will testify).

soon it will be two versions behind. One could even argue it would be one device docked with local hard storage synced to OneDrive.