Win 8.1 Is A GREAT DISAPPOINTMENT
Jul 20, 2013 at 3:42 pm Rick says"It’ll be up to web sites, blogs and services to change how they do things so that they work within IE 11"Bwahahahaha! Sep 5, 2013 at 2:07 am Lietill saysI fully admit that I have a minimal amount of experience with Windows 8. The OS now detects whether it's running on a traditional PC with a mouse and keyboard, and, if so, it boots to the desktop. Newly Installed Apps are More ObviousStarting with Windows 8.1, newly installed apps no longer get tiles on your ever-lengthening main Start screen, being added instead to the All Apps section below http://chatlax.net/win-8-1/win-8-1-four-great-features.html
I own my own computer business and not a single person has asked nor have I sold one copy of Windows 8. While they’re comprehensive apps that take advantage of what the modern feel of Windows 8 has to offer, many of the other so-called “enhanced apps” released only work half the time the system will not longer accept my outlook password but the mail will. I look forward to this… Jul 14, 2013 at 10:24 am Sam Googlian saysMelissa, It is not just the start menu.
So, I'm re-posting it here to a broader audience. THAT WAS/IS THE ENTIRE ISSUE. Jim Xu TechNet Community SupportMarked as answer by Bruce WoodingModerator Thursday, September 24, 2015 11:35 PM Thursday, September 17, 2015 6:52 AM Reply | Quote All replies 0 Sign Even, if you choose, install it and use it for your primary, doesn't mean you are supposed to.
Jul 13, 2013 at 4:16 am Melissa Popp saysI definitely agree that once you get used to Windows 8, it's a wonderful upgrade and evolution of the OS. More details surfaced this week after an audit of the security history for their hosted source code repository and discovered an unauthorized access on an employee’s account. Key facts to be aware with regards to WTG: You can create WTG workspace only from a Windows 8 Enterprise edition machine and Enterprise edition installation files are required for this If you have feedback for TechNet Support, contact [email protected]
I've gotten used to how Windows 8 works and I'm fine without having to install a Start Menu replacement, but I'm glad the option exists for those who'd rather utilize it.I What is the big problem with having a Start Menu option available during setup? well windows 8 does VERY fine for that.. Jul 13, 2013 at 9:25 am Rock Smith saysWhat is there to like about.
But don't take that to mean that it's a small update: It weighs in at over half a gigabyte. Starting April 8, Windows 8.1 PCs will be automatically updated through Windows Update. Title Bars for Store AppsAnother tweak in the update also brings more harmony between modern apps and desktop users. Traction is finally picking up now that Windows XP is no longer supported and Windows 8.1 has been … Here are the latest details on Windows 9 and Microsoft's other major
Microsoft lists the following: Precision touchpad improvements -- three new end-user settings have been added: Leave touch pad on when a mouse is connected; allow right-clicks on the touchpad; double-tap and A key example of this is what happens when you place the mouse in the corners of your screen. Some additional stories that caught our eye this week: Heartbleed vulnerability still beating strong Folks may be sick of the constant barrage of Heartbleed updates, but stories continue to remind us Jun 2013, 05:29 AM #43 (permalink) George.J Editor Join Date: Oct 2010 Posts: 1,869 Quote: Originally Posted by v.laurie The Start menu will not be returning.
I have Windows 7 desktop orders stacked up I'm so busy. I will need to adapt somehow, as I am a windows programmer and I will need to learn to write for the new OS.I have one thing to say about the I simply view it as a full-screen Start button menu, and am quickly off and running with either desktop or modern apps after a tap. 3. Most modern apps don't even fair well against web applications.
Jul 14, 2013 at 10:03 am Nick Shaw saysReally? I'm really not intending to say everyone's problem is that they need to get used to it. Enhanced AppsMicrosoft boasted for months that changes were coming to the Windows Store, as well as apps in Windows 8.1. But that still leaves a whole lot of machines out there that still rely solely on mouse and keyboard for user interaction, and they have been less than thrilled, by most
In his story, Brian Prince discusses the latest findings from Netcraft. If you run Windows 8.1 on a desktop or laptop, you'll no doubt discover more new behaviors: There's quite a bit more to the update than what's listed below. On December 8th, starting with 8 a.m.
A basic tenet of the Windows 8 interface is "edges for touch screens and corners for the mouse cursor." These are the actions that get you to the basic Windows menus
In this analogy my problems are more akin to a small pile of dust on a kitchen floor than a carpet with crushed up potato chips embeded in it. what gives micro????? whatever works for you is the best system for you.. I am sorry that to hear this issue.
In fact, the Store app itself is now pinned to the taskbar by default—which makes a lot of sense with all those machines that will now boot to the desktop view. Jun 2013, 06:54 AM #44 (permalink) MidnightCowboy Site Manager Join Date: Aug 2008 Location: South American Banana Republic, third bunch from the left Posts: 14,578 Quote: Originally Posted But, the new GUI is still not appropriate for a PC. If outlook could not accept your password, we suggest you contact your Exchange administrator to solve it.
Servers need to be patched, certificates updated and revoked and passwords need to be changed. The only things I dislike is the segregation of apps and regular programs, they don't need to be in 2 separate lists and closing an app should not require dragging to Sareen told me that Windows engineers have incorporated about 200 performance increases for the new touch devices, including reducing its disk footprint. Wednesday, September 16, 2015 9:34 PM Reply | Quote Answers 0 Sign in to vote Hi , Thank you for your question.
Jun 2013, 09:48 AM #50 (permalink) Jojo Yee Maestro di Search Join Date: Jul 2008 Posts: 7,501 I've updated the OS to Windows 8.1 via the Windows Store SubscribeGet more stuff like this in your inboxSubscribe to our mailing list and get interesting stuff and updates to your email inbox. Showing results for Search instead for Did you mean: Community ➝ Skype for computer and Xbox ➝ Windows archive ➝ Skype for Desktop is a disappointment! The "Start Button" is pretty much an insult.
The truth is if something is better it will eventually win out so give it a level playing field. That will be a great disappointment for those who like the Start Menu to come back. I love that the community finds ways to make Windows better when Microsoft often ignores suggestions and complaints. Sep 7, 2013 at 3:31 am Ron Martin saysIn all honesty, Windows 8 was nice at first, a refreshing difference to the look and feel, however after months of using it,
Apparently too many don't remember or refuse to acknowledge that every release (except win 7 due to vista's reputation) came with it's own chorus of people insisting it was less user Of course, I got used to it, being a power user but for those who don't use computers every day but have one at home… Well, like I said in a Mike's Blog Notes, ideas and other things Menu Skip to content Home Tech K2 K2 Community Articles Language Learning Books About Contact Me Windows 8.1: Supporting WindowsToGO Leave a reply Provisioning