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Is Windows 8 A Failure ? Time To Say Bye

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The thing that could be done is if you're using a computer with a mouse and keyboard you boot directly into Desktop and you never have to see...ever...unless you want to. Cloud. Skip to Navigation Skip to Content SuperSite for Windows Search: Stay Connected TwitterFacebookGoogle+RSS IT/Dev Connections About Newsletter Register Log In Username or e-mail: * Password: * Remember me Forgot Your Password? If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with it.Ok Tech News Downloads Software Store Search for: BetaNews Hot Topics: Windows 10MicrosoftAppleCloudTabletsAndroidSecurityReviews Follow Us: Twitter weblink

I was angry that with Windows 8 that the mouse DIDN'T act like my finger. Since linux lacks a lot of support from companies - for now - buying a linux computer is more likely to be only used for searching things online or work, no You'll also find breaking news, tips and tricks. Reply Rotten Scoundrel October 10, 2016 at 7:12 pm # Seriously? https://www.eightforums.com/general-support/12678-windows-8-failure-time-say-bye-bye-msft.html

Why Did Windows 8 Fail

Thank you! Your subscription has been submitted. It's funny how people leave that detail out in these arguments. JUST STOP THE INSANITY. Of course, the image will roll you back to the exact same point in time when you created it, so bear that in mind.

The big ones are no operating system fixes and no defenses against viruses and other online dangers. Somehow Apple Numbers on iCloud , iTunes on Apple TV, Apple Airport, etc seem not to conflict with each other - yet their design seems unified and somehow helpfully supportive of I don't think they will be able to link to the Catalog seeing it requires Active-X...I'm guessing that in a while, I'll use AP for all patching up to october and Windows 8 Worst Os Of All Time Reply c'monM$ October 10, 2016 at 9:28 pm # Literally Kicking a dead horse here.

It forces users of traditional computers to wrangle with an operating system built for touchscreen tablets, and it bolts together two entirely different operating systems. Windows 8 Worse Than Vista Share your plans and opinions with fellow TechRepublic members.Also read...What happens to those free Windows 10 upgrades after July 29, 2016?No more excuses: Windows 8 users must upgrade to Windows 10 My take on Windows 8.1U1 is a frantic rush to please business users and give them at least a compelling reason to move to 8.1 instead of staying on Windows 7 http://www.computerworld.com/article/2476464/microsoft-windows/did-microsoft-just-admit-windows-8-is-its-worst-operating-system-ever-.html Because these bloody newbies had zero idea that Businesses exist, and that employees do actual work on actual desktops with actual multiple screens.

installing an extra real-time antivirus layer; 3. What Is Wrong With Windows 8 So keep improving on that, e.g. You can look down on Windows 7 users all you like - developers are looking down on you. The pity is all they had to do was provide two ever present 'start' buttons, one multicolored window that took one to a Windows 7 desktop, one blue window button that

Windows 8 Worse Than Vista

Reply John in Mtl October 11, 2016 at 3:31 am # Martin,You may know this or not: Autopatcher is really just a sort of "front end" to the hundreds of web https://betanews.com/2016/04/18/goodbye-windows-10/ There are SO many businesses and individuals that stayed with Windows XP. Why Did Windows 8 Fail LongRange October 21, 2016 at 11:23 pm # Khidreal: No, it's not too late, and that email works. Why Windows 8 Is Bad Modern UI is basically all about making things look flat and doing away with the three-dimensional in your face look which both Windows Vista and Windows 7 used.

As a discrete OS that can be enabled by pressing the Windows hardware button, have an OS that is basically a tablet-centric Windows Phone OS. have a peek at these guys However, when they release a phone/tablet and say IT'S WINDOWS! The Verge's Windows 8 Review PCWorld's Windows 8 Review InfoWorld's Windows 8 Review One thing in common between these new Windows 8 devices are that they all come with a touchscreen This is what MS was dinged for not so many years ago with their integration of IE into Windows and their attempts at an active desktop. When Did Windows 9 Come Out

Time to say bye, bye MSFT ? When you have a tablet you never have to see Desktop...unless you have a hybrid machine and want to. Update 1 is a step backward from 8.1. check over here And today, Internet Explorer happens to be the *only* browser that fully supports ActiveX.

Even Rube Goldberg would have been embarassed to sketch out something like this. When Did Windows 8.1 Come Out So 8.1 update 1 allows for mouse users to have another type of control over live tiles and applications, why is that so irritating? This is likely what M$ r trying to "force" Win 7/8.1 users to do. .......Luckily, I'm tech savvy enough to be "forced" by M$ into using Linux Mint 17.3 on an

That's a pretty drastic step.

Login or register to post comments euskalzabe on Feb 9, 2014 Yup! Time to say bye, bye MSFT ? If Microsoft feels that they have to get into mobile fine, come out with a mobile OS. October 2016 Security Monthly Quality Rollup Will have been an easy fix, with all the resource MS have, it will have been easy to make a Desktop version without the charm menu and the hot corner for

shared storage, same file manager, etc) would be nice and reduce redundancy, but this idea of having to switch back and forth to do tasks is ridiculous. 'Windows' is entirely salvageable. They range in size and weight. LOL infojunkie October 10, 2016 at 7:06 pm # Really this doesn't mean much for me, but it dose me I need to get back to the grind stone of converting http://ovmonline.com/windows-8/installing-32bit-windows-7-on-a-current-windows-8-64bit-pc.html Stay with 7 or buy a copy from elsewhere or buy a used PC from CL or Ebay.

That's mostly business users, but even when you look at the consumers who will use Windows, that usage is almost entirely productivity related. Hmmm, nice.Makes me feel all warm and fuzzy about msoft all over again. There are no ads or telemetry and it's free. giving its customers fatty liver disease whilst simultaneoulsy bending them over and rodgering them senseless.What a world we live in.

Malware can enter through ad networks even if all you do is visit the New York Times website.Skipping security updates for too long is something only very advanced users can afford