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  1.    14 Mar 2014 #1
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    Microsoft's Build 2014 conference is right around the corner. At that event, which kicks off April 2 in San Francisco, Microsoft is believed to be planning to disclose at least some high-level information about Windows 9.
    The rest here it is a 7 part slide show.
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  2.    16 Mar 2014 #2

    All still just speculation at this. Liked the pic with the ice cream though.

    Hmmmm.... ice cream...
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  3.    16 Mar 2014 #3
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    Yep that is a very nice pic.
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  4.    29 Mar 2014 #4

    Will *not* do away with the Metro interface. Big, silly, stupid, unwanted, bad, dumbass mistake. That's the big reason I don't even consider Win 8, even thought there are hoops to jump through to have a desktop and real start menu.
    "Tiles" are not for real computers, just the toy poke and push things.
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  5.    30 Mar 2014 #5
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    Quote Originally Posted by Britton30, post: 21558, member: 46
    Will *not* do away with the Metro interface. Big, silly, stupid, unwanted, bad, dumbass mistake. That's the big reason I don't even consider Win 8, even thought there are hoops to jump through to have a desktop and real start menu.
    "Tiles" are not for real computers, just the toy poke and push things.
    . . ."Really" . . .
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  6.    31 Mar 2014 #6

    Yes, really. I would fine it really frustrating and uncomfortable to constantly reach and poke a screen 8 hours a day in a work environment.
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  7.    31 Mar 2014 #7
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    Quote Originally Posted by Britton30, post: 21744, member: 46
    Yes, really. I would fine it really frustrating and uncomfortable to constantly reach and poke a screen 8 hours a day in a work environment.
    Please explain why it is bad. If you don't and will not use Win 8/8.1 then how is it you know it is bad. Is it because of something you have read, or did it wipe out your computer the first time you attempted to use it. You make these statements without any real explanation as to how you came to that conclusion. As a Mac OSX user I actually find Win 8.1 a refreshing change now and then.
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  8.    01 Apr 2014 #8
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    Quote Originally Posted by Britton30, post: 21744, member: 46
    Yes, really. I would fine it really frustrating and uncomfortable to constantly reach and poke a screen 8 hours a day in a work environment.
    Who says you have to reach and poke your screen? I have no problem using Windows 8.1 with a conventional keyboard and trackball. I personally find it easier than drilling down though a Start Menu. If you don't like it you don't like it, that's fine. But no where does it state that you have to use a touch screen to use Windows 8 or 8.1. Tiles are quit easy to click with a mouse.
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  9.    01 Apr 2014 #9

    It's like flying, if you understand no explanation is needed, if you don't no explanation will suffice.
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  10.    01 Apr 2014 #10
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    Quote Originally Posted by Britton30, post: 22017, member: 46
    It's like flying, if you understand no explanation is needed, if you don't no explanation will suffice.
    Good attempt to explain nothing. . .it would appear that coming up with a good explanation seems to be beyond your grasp. . .o_O
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