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October 26, 2012


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Been running it on Windows 8 for a couple months and I agree!

Getting used to the new Windows interface will likely be the biggest challenge to long time Windows users. Microsoft intentionally did not include a 'legacy view' for those who prefer the Windows 7 or earlier interface. My productivity has plummeted as what used to be, say a right mouse click away, is now buried of somewhere else in the interface. This Windows version tries very hard to isolate the user from what is going on behind the interface in the machine, which might make trouble shooting/tweaks to your Windows 8 installation much more difficult to do on your own.

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