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    Default Windows 8: A First Peek



    When? How? Whats new?

    All is revealed on this great Windows blog by Paul Thurrott

    http://www.winsupersite.com/win7/win8_leak.asp

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    Default Re: Windows 8: A First Peek

    Good article. For now, I'll enjoy my Win7 for the next 2 years.

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    Default Re: Windows 8: A First Peek

    Yeh, good article,but again a new overpriced, buggy and slow release from money$oft

    If the big software and hardware manufacturers would realease more applications and hardware for linux no1 would ever care about Bill and his crap.

    I personally prefer usin linux but actually its not possible without having a virtual win machine running in the background

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    Default Re: Windows 8: A First Peek

    Quote Originally Posted by Simonator92
    Yeh, good article,but again a new overpriced, buggy and slow release from money$oft
    Nothing buggy and slow about Windows7, infact it's the best MS operating system to date and it's fast as you will need. I am sure the mistakes from Vista are in the past and Windows8 will only be better.


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    Default Re: Windows 8: A First Peek

    yes, im usin win7 in my virtual machine too. But only because of that handy taskbar. The best one (and fastest) is still win xp, but i think thats a matter of liking. I personally prefer a fast and tidy UI and not just a good looking one.

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    Default Re: Windows 8: A First Peek

    I never liked Vista, so I avoided using it. However, W7 is totally different case. It has a lot of advantages over XP and Vista, run very fast, and has never crashed on my PC. I'm running W7 Professional 64bit with XP as a virtual machine. I can install and test in the virtual environment all kind of apps without polluting the registry.

    I could accept the complaint about W7 only if you were running an old PC. For example, if your PC has up to 1 GB RAM, then it would work better under XP or Linux.

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    Default Re: Windows 8: A First Peek

    Quote Originally Posted by usta
    I never liked Vista, so I avoided using it. However, W7 is totally different case. It has a lot of advantages over XP and Vista, run very fast, and has never crashed on my PC. I'm running W7 Professional 64bit with XP as a virtual machine. I can install and test in the virtual environment all kind of apps without polluting the registry.

    I could accept the complaint about W7 only if you were running an old PC. For example, if your PC has up to 1 GB RAM, then it would work better under XP or Linux.
    totally different case is someone's brain, who managed to distribute the thing that vista is a crap. LOL. just like everything, u shud be able 2 handle it.. w7.. well.. i have my special reason y i won't go 4 office 2010 or w7 ever again. of cuz u can guess it's activation policy well, i have a license for vista home basic but i really like AERO.. yup, a bit slower than w7 awaking from hibernation. but 4 sure, better than stupid, buggy, shiitiest windows ever - XP!

    mr. usta, in my msg, the word 'someone' doesn't refer to you


 

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