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lol One does not BUY windows 8.

My only experience has been on a laptop that my ex got during the holidays. and the computer her dad got as well. The PC took an HOUR to setup up. The damn thing MAKES you create an account, AND have internet access before you can even start using it. It was a serious pain in the ass. After that, it was even more of a pain in the ass just trying to do some simple things with it. On my ex's laptop I disabled the start tile thing (stupid metro crap) and at least then got a bit more functionality out of it.

Window's "Apps" are retarded at best. Full screen, zero window resizing.

Oh, and don't get me started how stupid closing programs works.
When you "close" a program, it doesn't close. It shoves itself into a task window, and just sits there, still eating up memory. You have to then go up to the top left corner, right click on the program, and click it to exit.


No one buy's windows 8 here. We get it forced on us when we buy new window machines.


By the way, on my computer, I have zero desktop icons. If I ever feel the need that I use a program enough I might pin it. I do that with firefox, and the main library folder. Everything else I usually make a folder and stash important short cuts in them, and create a toolbar button with it. I do that mainly for my games. I have a nice folder that says games, and I click it, and it pops up a menu with all my gaming short cuts. The live tiles things I think is kind of useless on a computer, as most of the time I will be busy using the internet or gaming. And I don't like having ANYTHING on my desktop, except my wallpaper. So those live tiles again defeat my idea of a good desktop

These are my opinions though. Some people might actually like that cluttered mess

LOL. That sounds like Android and iOS and people seem to love those more than OSX and Windows. Hmm...interesting especially considering how much more RAM the average desktop has (especially on here).

PS: Before anyone accuses me of defending MS/Windows...I'm just being an instigator and tearing apart arguments.

But here's an example of an OS that might make you guys happy. Desktop orientated experience is alive and well here. PS: Failboat is the name of my computer. biggrin.gif

     
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lol One does not BUY windows 8.

My only experience has been on a laptop that my ex got during the holidays. and the computer her dad got as well. The PC took an HOUR to setup up. The damn thing MAKES you create an account, AND have internet access before you can even start using it. It was a serious pain in the ass. After that, it was even more of a pain in the ass just trying to do some simple things with it. On my ex's laptop I disabled the start tile thing (stupid metro crap) and at least then got a bit more functionality out of it.

Window's "Apps" are retarded at best. Full screen, zero window resizing.

Oh, and don't get me started how stupid closing programs works.
When you "close" a program, it doesn't close. It shoves itself into a task window, and just sits there, still eating up memory. You have to then go up to the top left corner, right click on the program, and click it to exit.


No one buy's windows 8 here. We get it forced on us when we buy new window machines.


By the way, on my computer, I have zero desktop icons. If I ever feel the need that I use a program enough I might pin it. I do that with firefox, and the main library folder. Everything else I usually make a folder and stash important short cuts in them, and create a toolbar button with it. I do that mainly for my games. I have a nice folder that says games, and I click it, and it pops up a menu with all my gaming short cuts. The live tiles things I think is kind of useless on a computer, as most of the time I will be busy using the internet or gaming. And I don't like having ANYTHING on my desktop, except my wallpaper. So those live tiles again defeat my idea of a good desktop

These are my opinions though. Some people might actually like that cluttered mess

LOL. That sounds like Android and iOS and people seem to love those more than OSX and Windows. Hmm...interesting especially considering how much more RAM the average desktop has (especially on here).

PS: Before anyone accuses me of defending MS/Windows...I'm just being an instigator and tearing apart arguments.

But here's an example of an OS that might make you guys happy. Desktop orientated experience is alive and well here. PS: Failboat is the name of my computer. biggrin.gif


Lol I know what you mean about the memory. Android does a great job handling background applications though. Even though the apps sit in the memory, they do not affect the phones performance, and once memory drops to a certian level, the OS begins to purge apps that have been idle too long. Window's won't do that. You keep opening programs, they keep eating ram. The more programs you open, the more ram they eat. Performance continues to drop as more programs eat up the available ram, slowing the computer to a crawl.

That's why I got so pissed off when I found out that Windows 8 doesn't close programs when you hit the X

I'll say this though. It's not like that for every program, but the ones that did function like that annoyed the hell out of me.
Edited by Nenkitsune - 3/24/13 at 7:05pm
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So MS are releasing a Windows Plus pack (anyone who used 95 and 98 will know what I mean) in the hope Win 8 gains more publicity.

Considering the time it takes for software to be written this Blue has been in the making for months, thus either MS had it ready when they released 8 or they knew there would be problems and made this to ensure 8 stays in the media. Either way I laugh at MS for their failed attempt of making desktop users use a mobile OS with useless 'Apps'. I have come to absolutely hate that term.
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lol One does not BUY windows 8.

My only experience has been on a laptop that my ex got during the holidays. and the computer her dad got as well. The PC took an HOUR to setup up. The damn thing MAKES you create an account, AND have internet access before you can even start using it. It was a serious pain in the ass. After that, it was even more of a pain in the ass just trying to do some simple things with it. On my ex's laptop I disabled the start tile thing (stupid metro crap) and at least then got a bit more functionality out of it.

Window's "Apps" are retarded at best. Full screen, zero window resizing.

Oh, and don't get me started how stupid closing programs works.
When you "close" a program, it doesn't close. It shoves itself into a task window, and just sits there, still eating up memory. You have to then go up to the top left corner, right click on the program, and click it to exit.

No one buy's windows 8 here. We get it forced on us when we buy new window machines.


By the way, on my computer, I have zero desktop icons. If I ever feel the need that I use a program enough I might pin it. I do that with firefox, and the main library folder. Everything else I usually make a folder and stash important short cuts in them, and create a toolbar button with it. I do that mainly for my games. I have a nice folder that says games, and I click it, and it pops up a menu with all my gaming short cuts. The live tiles things I think is kind of useless on a computer, as most of the time I will be busy using the internet or gaming. And I don't like having ANYTHING on my desktop, except my wallpaper. So those live tiles again defeat my idea of a good desktop

These are my opinions though. Some people might actually like that cluttered mess





just so you know when you want to close an App in windows 8 a Metro App for example you dont have to pan over to the left hand task bar and right click unless you want to . here is how ya can do it


When the app is open just left click the app from the Top of your screen hold and mouse down to the bottom of screen and the App is then closed pertinently or if your on the desktop hover ov er to the left task bar ara click and drag the app out and down same as the first option Simple as that i dont see how you did not know this as it is very basic operation also one last option

ALT F4

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More like Linux. Mac is also a poor choice for productivity. Not to mention Linux is free while Mac OS isn't.

poor choice for productivity? What exactly makes Linux so good for productivity? for web browsing? Surely your not talking about for video editing or graphic design because we all know Linux doesn't have professional level software for that.
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Unless they bring back boot-to-desktop and Start menu functionality, then I will continue to not give a rat's patoot about Windows 8.x.

Start 8 fixes both of those issues.





To everyone saying there should be two separate OS's, I disagree. As someone who runs Windows 8 on a desktop and a tablet, it's extremely useful that both of them are running the same OS. I chose a Windows 8 tablet over Android and iOS specifically for the fact that I can run desktop applications on it.
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You are certainly welcome to your opinion bud.

W8 sales tell a whole different story, and not a good one for MS. No choice, very little sales. Whoever would have thunk it, lol.

I would not be using w8 if I had to use that silly metro page.
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It's amazing how some of the most outspoken people about how much Windows 8 sucks are also the most ignorant about how it works. Coincidence? Probably not.

The only thing you could be implying is that the above average IT joe (let's face it, on ocn we tend to know more about IT on average) isn't capable of using Windows 8, therefor 95% of all people aren't "smart" enough to use this OS, that's a pretty small niche you got there. That doesn't help your case at all.
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There's nothing bad about Win 8.

Except the complicated setup.

And the lack of a Start menu.

And the Metro interface I don't need.

And the software I'll have to install to get a Start menu.

And the tweaks I have to perform to get rid of stuff that shouldn't have been there in the first place.

Its a bit like buying a car (that's not a Caterham) that ships with its steering wheel in the glovebox. The keys are sitting in the distributor's office.

Now, go to the distributor's office to get the keys, unlock the glove box, install the darned steering wheel before you start driving.

That's a bit like what Win 8 is like.
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It's amazing how some of the most outspoken people about how much Windows 8 sucks are also the most ignorant about how it works. Coincidence? Probably not.

This.

As for most on OCN being "above average in IT"...debatable.
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