Wait, so Windows 8 is not outpacing Windows 7 adoption rate?
0. phoneArena 01 Dec 2012, 22:16 posted on
While Microsoft has hailed sales of more than 40 million licenses in just a month, the internet traffic is not seeing it yet...
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41. MC1123 (Posts: 1219; Member since: 12 Nov 2012)
i believe Windows 8 is beautiful and not a failure... but its just annoying on my computer!! the gesture using the mouse is stupid!!!1but since this is post-pc era, everyone will jump on tablets now!
and im getting a surface pro but maybe the next version or whatever!!! coz i love the sony vaio 11 duo and dell xps 12!!! any users of these devices?
48. gazmatic (Posts: 502; Member since: 06 Sep 2012)
God so many idiots commenting. I'm playing battlefield 3, mass effect 2, dota, fifa 2013 and all my games perfectly on my alienware m17x running windows 8 pro. Everything from windows 7 still work and better because they use less ram. I can play four games at a time instead of three because it makes better use of my 4gb of ram. Mouse and keyboard still work. Full screen is for windows 8 apps. Use the thing before you post these damn stupid comments. Gosh. There is nothing you cannot do in windows 8 that you never did in 7. Windows 7 was made for touch screen too. Windows 8 is just an improved version of 7 that is more ram efficient. Before my sims3 deluxe pack with all the updates used to eat up 3gb of my 4gb ram. Now it hovers just above 2gb in windows 8. Dont be stupid. Again. If you still use xp your opinion is irrelevent
58. speckledapple (Posts: 877; Member since: 29 Sep 2011)
Ok, this can go really easy, its outpacing Windows 7, thats it.
70. Jyakotu (Posts: 813; Member since: 12 Dec 2008)
I really don't understand how people are not liking Windows 8. I personally love the performance of it on my Sony VAIO laptop which shipped with Windows 7. The "Modern" UI is actually pretty cool. Another thing, it's also OPTIONAL. In all honestly, since I spend most of my time in the Desktop, Windows 8 feels like Windows 7 to me. The only difference is that the Start Screen replaces the Start Button.
72. weedl (Posts: 48; Member since: 05 Oct 2012)
first time installing win 8 become lag after installing software , try to unistall not working had to reinstall windows 8 again....
75. 7thspaceman (Posts: 836; Member since: 14 Feb 2011)
Since Windows 8 is going to be on new computers it will sell . there are programs/ apps to get the Start button back and programs and app to help a person go directly to the desktop and skip the Modern UI AKA start screen. I have upgraded to window 8 PRO and find it OK. To me the Modrn UI AKA Metro start screen is just an additional Windows screen I can use from time to time. I do not let it bug me I use it to my advantage
77. sponmagnet (Posts: 3; Member since: 30 Nov 2012)
windows 8 works great for tablets only not PCs not laptops