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I hated it! at first, like everyone else but when I found out about Startisback everything was okay and very awesome. I'm glad you like it and gave it a try. thumb.gif

 

Thank you. Me too! At first for me, I was thinking that I was wasting my time with the Enterprise Evaluation. Then I found StartIsBack, Gadgets Revived, Ribbon Disabler, and then I switched from Ribbon Disabler to Old New Explorer. Wow. All of that made the difference and now I no longer feel like I'm wasting my time. lol If anything, I'm going to be costing myself some extra money here. lol I'm still really going to miss UndoClose, but I went nearly 5 years without it, so I'm sure that I'll forget that I ever discovered it. lol

 

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The new Update brought back the start screen but I haven't uninstalled startisback to see if I like it or not.

 

Oh, I've been avoiding that because I can see that it would disturb the perfection that I have going on here. lol :)

 

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Also I have super fast start up as others have raved about.

 

Oh, that's because  you have Hibernation enabled. It's not that you're using it, but it's like a hybrid sleep that happens if Hibernation is enabled/available. You can't add extra drives while the computer is off in this hybrid sleep mode or whatever it is. I don't know if Windows 8.1 ever truly shuts down while Hibernation is enabled, so I'd be rebooting at least once per day.

 

 

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The only real gripes i have with Windows 8.1 are:

1) It boots slower than Windows 7 (At least on my PC) with Hibernation/Fast Boot disabled. Maybe a tiny bit faster if Hibernation/Fast Boot is enabled. But I need the HDD space,

 

Yeah, I have the slightly slower boot time as well. I successfully got it to shut down just as quickly as Windows 7 does for me though, which is just about 1 second!

 

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2) I cannot for the life of me (and I've been searching for days for a solution, tried various fixes) get BF4 to launch on Windows 8.1. Had no troubles in Windows 7.

As far as actually using it goes. I don't even miss the Start Menu anymore. If I have all my most used programs/games/etc pinned to the taskbar it's basically just as user friendly as Windows 7.
Plus most options are available from the Windows icon if you right click anyway. I never use the Metro side of Windows 8.1 on my PC. (on my Touch Screen laptop it's very easy to use though)

 

Oh, with the way that I've come to use the Start Menu, I truly need it. I figured that out while trying to like the Start Screen thing.

 

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lol thanks. :)

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Hmm interesting. I'll look into switching them out when I get back home from a very very boring couple of hours of school haha.

 

Plus, there are a ton of gadgets to look into on here:

 

http://gadgetsrevived.com/

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I turned off sleep/hibernation. I have been following 'Sean's Windows 8 Install & Optimization Guide for SSDs & HDDs' on here and I have a Samsung Evo, I cannot remember if I have it in Rapid Mode or not.
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Outlook 2003? You need to update.

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Don't you have anything else to say? lol Seriously: I like and prefer and love Outlook 2003 (and Word 2003). Besides, I can't afford to upgrade any time soon.

Office 2003 was killed-off at the same time as XP, just a fyi.
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Office 2003 was killed-off at the same time as XP, just a fyi.

 

Yeah, I really don't care. lol Both Word and Outlook 2003 (the only Office 2003 products that I own or care about) are still working just fine except for these 2 minor problems with Outlook. I'm pretty impressed that it's working at all, actually. I thought for sure that Outlook 2003 would be far worse off than this, but these 2 minor problems have very decent workarounds that I'm no stranger to anyway.

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Office 2003 was killed-off at the same time as XP, just a fyi.
True, but it was the last version of Office that wasn't a royal PITA to use, thanks to Microsoft's love affair with the ribbon interface. I ran O97 for years, until Windows 7 broke compatibility with it.
     
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Looks like you have it set up identically to me, you may want to consider using HPET with Win 8, it doesn't use a hardware clock and suffers quite a bit from time drift (and is constantly "re-correcting it"). Could be a minor annoyance unless you need a true platform clock like I do for PerformanceQueries in programming. It is also why it is banned by HWBOT too.

My WOLF program can enable HPET under tools (Link in signature.)

I am glad you found SecPol UAC disabled, that / registry editing is the only true way to disable UAC functionality in Windows 8.1.

Furthermore, your mailto event listener can be set to Outlook 2003 but in the registry. It has to do with a new hash protocol to prevent applications from changing things in Windows 8. Office 2003 is just a victim of being out of the loop (old.)

http://blogs.technet.com/b/mrmlcgn/archive/2013/02/26/windows-8-associate-a-file-type-or-protocol-with-a-specific-app-using-a-gpo-e-g-default-mail-client-for-mailto-protocol.aspx
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Personally I like classic shell as my start menu, but to each his own
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The title makes me chuckle a little bit wink.gif

It almost sounds like your announcing a secret love affair and our role is to throw stones at you lol

To be honest though I am surprised that you gave it the try considering the struggles you had with moving to Windows 7, Im guessing some of the experiences from that assisted you with trying 8?
    
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Looks like you have it set up identically to me, you may want to consider using HPET with Win 8, it doesn't use a hardware clock and suffers quite a bit from time drift (and is constantly "re-correcting it"). Could be a minor annoyance unless you need a true platform clock like I do for PerformanceQueries in programming. It is also why it is banned by HWBOT too.

My WOLF program can enable HPET under tools (Link in signature.)

 

I prefer to avoid using little programs whenever possible, so I looked up how to enable HPET in Windows 8.1 and I found this thread:

 

http://www.neowin.net/forum/topic/1075781-tweak-enable-hpet-in-bios-and-os-for-better-performance-and-fps/

 

It was already enabled in my BIOS, so I just enabled it in Windows as instructed with bcdedit /set useplatformclock true and rebooted, but I'm not seeing any difference to my system's performance - not in gaming or in general use. It's perfectly identical as far as I can tell.

 

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I am glad you found SecPol UAC disabled, that / registry editing is the only true way to disable UAC functionality in Windows 8.1.

 

So far, with the way I use my computer, I am not seeing any need to fully disable it in the Registry. Windows 8.1 is as quiet as can be so far. :)

 

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Furthermore, your mailto event listener can be set to Outlook 2003 but in the registry. It has to do with a new hash protocol to prevent applications from changing things in Windows 8. Office 2003 is just a victim of being out of the loop (old.)

http://blogs.technet.com/b/mrmlcgn/archive/2013/02/26/windows-8-associate-a-file-type-or-protocol-with-a-specific-app-using-a-gpo-e-g-default-mail-client-for-mailto-protocol.aspx

 

I am extremely overwhelmed by this. I would need someone to do this for me so that all I have to do is maybe run a program or something. I mean, I looked it over and I just don't know what to do. I need it to be as simplified as humanly possible.

 

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Personally I like classic shell as my start menu, but to each his own

 

Indeed! :)

 

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The title makes me chuckle a little bit wink.gif

It almost sounds like your announcing a secret love affair and our role is to throw stones at you lol

 

When I made this thread title, I was still under the impression that the majority of geeks still hate Windows 8 and 8.1 as though it's the stupidest operating system to have ever been created. However, I'm still seeing stupid problems with it such as this problem:

 

http://www.overclock.net/t/1480884/windows-8-1-problem-replace-or-skip-files-dialog-box-not-getting-focus-doesnt-open-on-top

 

Every time it happens, I just let out a huge sigh and I go "Seriously?!" lol

 

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To be honest though I am surprised that you gave it the try considering the struggles you had with moving to Windows 7, Im guessing some of the experiences from that assisted you with trying 8?

 

Hmm. You might be confusing me with someone else because I don't remember having any problems switching from XP to 7. Or, are you remembering something that I'm not?

 

However, I do remember feeling like a deer in headlights when I began using Windows 7 in July of 2009 (the official Release Candidate), but I had a lot of fun. Windows 8.1 is a different beast though... I mean, how stupid can it get with something as simple as that problem I made a thread for regarding the Replace or Skip Files dialog box not opening up in front of everything like it's supposed to? lol


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