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Old 04-12-2013, 01:22 AM   #35
BWinmill
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What Can I say.... Windows 8 is good ...
Windows 8 does have issues, but it isn't the lemon that people make it out to be. As far as I can tell: it's fast, it's stable, and it has a bunch of nice features. People who hate the Start Screen can either obtain a third-party Start Menu or they can learn to treat the Start Screen as a Start Menu that arranges things spatially rather than hierarchically. Similarly, very few people are going to care about the restrictions placed on 3rd party "Metro" applications. None of this should hurt PC sales, especially when you factor in the continued availability of Windows 7. (That being said, it probably isn't providing people with a compelling reason to upgrade their PC.)
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