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A Possible Disaster With Windows 8


It sounds like Win 8.1 Update 1 is what Win 8 should have been on day 1.It's a dilution of what the original vision was, but that vision was not based There is about a 4 hour learning curve and I think it works really well on a touch device. The underlying core OS (NT kernel/etc.) 3. Login or register to post comments Shopko on Feb 9, 2014 YES! http://scanrelief.com/windows-8/can-t-install-windows-8-on-toshiba-c850d-oem-windows-8.html

Everyone likes to compare Apple or the Mac to BMW and, you know what? Tomorrow I'm going to write an article detailing all these reasons that Windows 8 is a huge disaster. My dream for 8.1 update 1 would be the ability to disable Metro entirely. Also I don't see Apple asking their customers what they want, with them, it's my way or the highway.

Windows 8 Failure

massively better codecs...scalable... The WP7 developer experience was top notch, until WP8 ruined it. Login or register to post comments Proesterchen on Feb 10, 2014 At 60+ | 34 | 4 currently, I don't think the tablets are in any danger of turning out much The first 8-inch Windows 8 tablet under $300 was released the last quarter.

It doesn't do a thing to address the fact that Windows isn't a single OS. This mobile environment worked just fine with mouse and keyboard in Windows 8.0 and 8.1, and it was consistent with the touch-based interactions for which the environment was designed. Windows 8 is still in fact growing. It's nice to carry around something close in functionality to my Linux servers without having to fight with Linux on my day-to-day laptop.

Those are all fine arguments, that will hopefully change over time, but most reviewer still seems to think that Surface is a really neat piece of hardware. What Happened To Windows 9 Expect it everywhere. All of them were so earnest and seemingly "knowledgeable". this page See the business problem there too?

Because of the market reality: can't buy (afford or find) Windows 7. Mashable Mashable Asia Mashable Australia Mashable France Mashable India Mashable UK Sign in Like Follow Mashable see more> Search Videos Social Media Tech Business Entertainment World Lifestyle Watercooler Shop More Channels And they're not just ... seriously, ugh.

What Happened To Windows 9

I don't know if I love Windows 8' it's an operating system that I don't mind, and I can see the possibilities for Microsoft. check over here So there's Windows 8, with desktop mode and Windows 8 applications. Windows 8 Failure The reason this happened is that while Sinofsky had the maniacal power and force of will of a Steve Jobs, he lacked Jobs' best gift: An innate understanding of good design. Steven Sinofsky Rumors started to circulate that they were dropping support for .NET.

On getting work done. this contact form Login or register to post comments MaxwellK on Dec 4, 2014 Well said!! Image credits: Craig Simms/CNET, ZDNet. What on Earth is MS doing? Windows 10

Drinks are spilled. I think I could actually deploy it to my users then. Other than Microsoft, no other name was more reviled by the Mac faithful than INTEL. have a peek here Windows 8 can forcibly keep programs from stumbling over each other's memory requests, disk I/O and cache paging....

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. Win 7 grew quickly because of two things. In our own time with Windows 10, this has proven to be completely true.

I don't need OR want the desktop concepts brought over to the Metro side.

Lord, so what if they changed the $$$ paradigm? My disaster in General Support I did a or what I thought was a dual boot set up on my main machine only to have got it very wrong and it It's not about, click, click, click, drag, click, type, save, close... I did make an effort to get used to Win8 though.

When it comes to Windows cusotmers, you're getting the full gamut, from tech savvy, quick-as-lighnting, knows-everything, can-do-all whiz-kid types who know where the MS-DOS bodies are buried guru, to the "I Microsoft and you. By Adrian Kingsley-Hughes for Hardware 2.0 | June 7, 2012 -- 08:59 GMT (01:59 PDT) | Topic: Windows A week ago, Microsoft delivered the Windows 8 Release Preview, the final pre-release of Check This Out Windows 7 and 8 represented what the Windows team could deliver in three years, and Windows 8.1 is what they can do in a year.

I really compare Windows 8 to Vista. If you've never heard of Sinofsky, Business Insider ran a detailed profile of him earlier this year. He took Microsoft to task, writing: Windows 8 is a disaster in every sense of the word. Yes.

The MS board needs to grow a pair of balls and quickly identify a replacement for Ballmer and ensure that a happy clappy way of doing not much in the name It just seems like the wrong people were in charge. Microsoft MSDN developer site made a concerted effort back in.... Windows 8 is a great idea and is the wave of the future for Tablets and Touchscreens but it will be some time before most of us will transition over to

I'm going to avoid commenting on Metro on touch-based systems for now because Windows 8 is too far off in the future to know what the hardware is going to be By selling those Metro apps, they wanted people to move to the cloud for paid subscriptions. You have to understand that, rather than to keep saying how great Win 8 is.