Windows 10: Windows 9 Design Features a Start Menu, Moves Taskbar at the Top of the Screen

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  1.    14 Feb 2014 #11

    Lady Fitzgerald, post: 14874, member: 208 said:
    If what the article suggests is true, it sounds like M$ is still making changes just for change's sake. What purpose would moving the task bar to the top of the screen serve? Better would be to allow users to put it where they want (I favor the left side myself).

    I just think it's speculation on the part of the author of the article. No more, no less.
    Until an alpha/beta comes out of Windows 9 no one will really know what it will really look like. IMO...

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  2.    14 Feb 2014 #12

    Barman58, post: 15160, member: 8 said:
    If, Perhaps, maybe if, it might, - The things some sites will print to drive ad revenue

    Yup.... have to keep the readers coming back.
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  3.    14 Feb 2014 #13

    BunnyJ, post: 14808, member: 210 said:
    Until then,.. it's hockey season~!!
    Go B's!!
    Hey, here's a fun fact.... did you know that Montreal has won the cup in Boston more times than Boston has...:woot:
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  4.    14 Feb 2014 #14

    Rickkins, post: 15180, member: 239 said:
    Hey, here's a fun fact.... did you know that Montreal has won the cup in Boston more times than Boston has...:woot:
    Tis true....
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  5.    14 Feb 2014 #15

    Funny thing about rumors. . .that is all they are. . .
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       14 Feb 2014 #16

    Lee, post: 15184, member: 135 said:
    Funny thing about rumors. . .that is all they are. . .
    I am afraid with M$ so tight lipped that is all we are going to get until April, I do not expect much then either.
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  7.    14 Feb 2014 #17

    Lots of rumors floating around. One I heard was Microsoft was going to switch to Roman Numerals when naming their OS. Windows 9 would be IX and Windows 10 would be OS X.
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  8.    14 Feb 2014 #18

    alphanumeric, post: 15200, member: 152 said:
    Lots of rumors floating around. One I heard was Microsoft was going to switch to Roman Numerals when naming their OS. Windows 9 would be IX and Windows 10 would be OS X.
    Hmmmmmmmmmmmm/! the fruit company might have a little something to say about that as they did when Microsoft went to the GUI back in the 3.xx days. . .
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  9.    15 Feb 2014 #19

    alphanumeric, post: 15200, member: 152 said:
    Lots of rumors floating around. One I heard was Microsoft was going to switch to Roman Numerals when naming their OS. Windows 9 would be IX and Windows 10 would be OS X.
    While I doubt it, it would be following the current trend, such as Acrobat X and XI, and Mac's OSX. Win IX and Win X would fit right in.
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  10.    15 Feb 2014 #20

    BunnyJ, post: 15161, member: 210 said:
    I just think it's speculation on the part of the author of the article. No more, no less.
    Until an alpha/beta comes out of Windows 9 no one will really know what it will really look like. IMO...

    My 2c.
    Bunny,...
    That's why I said if. it's amazing how much power that little two letter word wields.
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