Windows 8

When you have to offer excuses for the way something works, then it is probably not a viable product. From start to finish, W8 is nowhere close to W7. I think that people do not want to think about working with Windows 8 indefinitely. XP to Vista to W7 was almost seamless, now with Windows 8, we will have to work differently that we do with W7, and lot of W7 users don't want to take that path. I think that people might want to wait until W9 to see if Microsoft comes to their senses. W8 could do more to drive people from the Windows Operating system than almost anything else that they could do. The custom computer maker Puget Computers claims that customers are selection W7 over W8 80% of the time when they have that option. Between W7 and Vista, it was likely 95% W7 over Vista. We have enough aggravation in our lives without having to learn how to use a computer all over again.


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