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Migrating to Windows 8 – For computer users without a touch screen, coming from XP, Vista or Windows 7 [ G4dG33t ]

Review Migrating to Windows 8 – For computer users without a touch screen, coming from XP, Vista or Windows 7

Migrating to Windows 8 - For computer users without a touch screen, coming from XP, Vista or Windows 7

Migrating to Windows 8
For computer users without a touch screen, coming from XP, Vista or Windows 7

Review: “What Microsoft should buy and give away now to drive sales”

New PCs are coming pre-installed with Windows 8, Microsoft’s new incarnation of the popular operating system. The problem is, the PCs it is installed on are not usually equipped with the piece of hardware that Windows 8 revolves around – a touch screen.

Windows 8 is probably the least user-friendly version of the operating system ever released. It’s almost like two different operating systems merged together. From the lack of a start menu, to features that only really make sense on a tablet or phone, Windows 8 has a lot of veteran W

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Migrating to Windows 8
For computer users without a touch screen, coming from XP, Vista or Windows 7

Review: “What Microsoft should buy and give away now to drive sales”

New PCs are coming pre-installed with Windows 8, Microsoft’s new incarnation of the popular operating system. The problem is, the PCs it is installed on are not usually equipped with the piece of hardware that Windows 8 revolves around – a touch screen.

Windows 8 is probably the least user-friendly version of the operating system ever released. It’s almost like two different operating systems merged together. From the lack of a start menu, to features that only really make sense on a tablet or phone, Windows 8 has a lot of veteran W

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