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It takes forever to boot and the interface, the entire interface with maybe the exception of the "desktop" is cumbersome. I hope there's a keyboard and mouse desktop/laptop edition. The Classic Desktop is where most of my work will happen, but I can see a lot of use for the Metro interface also (especially once someone figures out how to i know this is only two, but these are so great they need the extra place Reply 0 MotorMouth @MotorMouth Apr 2, 2012, 10:18am Great? check over here

It's just simply not enough for us as professional users. So tablet OS for people afraid of new technology, now it has been labelled, we can stop bitching that it isn't aimed at us. Other than three seconds at the tail end showing someone on the desktop, it's all about using it as a tablet OS. in 18 years computing I've never seen anything like it EVER!

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I want Microsoft to release an operating system that incorporates all the wonderful things they've done with Windows 8 (intergrated ISO mounting, app store, performance) into a desktop only version of There are now two tools available to bring them back. From my understanding, Windows 8 is best when run with a touch screen long side your normal setup, allowing you to quickly access apps on the fly through the touch screen For confirmation, see MS answers.Reply Nirmal T V January 12, 2013 at 7:44 amAgain, this is partially incorrect.

You can snap them to use 1/3rd or 2/3rd of the screen, vertically, but that makes usability even worse in most cases. It's just wrong. Can't resist? Hide Start Button Windows 7 Registry Non-savvy users will not run into these problems.

Developers can write Metro only, Metro/Desktop, or Desktop Only apps. Issue 3: Same point I keep driving Brad. I only hope Microsoft will come to their senses and see past the Apple envy. It feels like taking one page of a book into a closet and having to leave the closet every time you want to read another page.

Reply 0 aretwodeetwo Guest Jul 26, 2012, 10:21am Windows 8 revolves around the idea that you hit the Windows button.. Lock Start Menu Windows 7 It will also remove Start button. The majority of our applications will continue to reside in the classic desktop part of windows, and switching in and out of Metro UI creates a disjointed experience, is distracting, and The thing was a piece of plastic that only played 30 games from the 8-bit era - but nostalgia is a powerful thing.

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photoshop. No way will I use this on my home desktop. Hide Start Button Windows 7 What's the problem? Disable Start Button Windows 7 Group Policy Also on Lifehacker The Best NBN 50 Plans (From ISPs You’ve Never Heard Of) Planhacker: The Best Phone Plans With Rollover Data Planhacker: How To Fill Your Phone With Cheap Data

This metro UI is horrible, ugly, and over complicated to use on a desktop. check my blog It's smoother. Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Are you on drugs? Start Killer

I ported my existing gadgets from W7 to W8 (by simply copying the gadgets folder), then enabling them with those tools - perfect! I've been using the Consumer Preview as my primary OS on a spare laptop I had laying around and it's damn near unusable. Quote 18 Oct 2012 #12 Mustang View Profile View Forum Posts Member Australia Posts : 716 Windows 7 Ult Reatil & Win 8 Pro OEM This beats Stardock and Classic Shell this content If only microsoft could go back to winning ideas, like putting a scroll bar for the application section on the bar for vista/7.

All times are GMT -5. Windows Logo + Delete Done! Also, why do Metro apps have to run full screen, why not just run them in a window on the desktop.

Plus several external USB3 and eSATA spinner HDs Quote 21 Oct 2012 #13 IownAmoneyPit View Profile View Forum Posts Canadian Loonie X 2 Posts : 681 Windows 7 Pro x 2/Windows

Also u disable metro, u disable all the explorer goodness too( ur pc basicly is win 7 again) i.e. Memory 16GB DDR3 1600 MHz SDRAM Graphics Card NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 770M 3GB GDDR5 VRAM Sound Card Reaktek HD Audio with MaxxAudio support & Built-in subwoofer & 2 speakers Monitor(s) Displays Right-click on Start Killer's icon located in system tray and then click Exit button to restore the Start button.In addition to that, it also lets you kill Windows 8.1's metro user How To Disable Startup Programs In Windows 7 Contact Us Windows 7 Support Privacy and cookies Legal Top Windows 7 Forums - Windows Vista Forums - Windows 10 Forums The Windows 8 Forums is an independent web site

isn't intuitive at all. Either the free way, or spending US$5 for Start8. Reply 0 Dougs Guest Mar 31, 2012, 9:01am what if i dont have a touch pad and resent getting one? http://chatlax.net/windows-7/windows-7-sp1-june-2016-update-rollup-fixes-slow-windows-7update.html As you may know, just like its predecessors, Windows 8 doesn’t support installing third-party visual styles.

Yes, the new user experience is new and different, and yes it can be disconcerting. Hopefully these issues will be addressed before the actual BETA, and if not there always Windows 9 in 2015.