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  1.    14 Jul 2015 #161

    alphanumeric said: View Post
    lol, I remember when windows 8 first came out and people having to Google how to shut down their PC.
    Just yesterday I was watching someone used to Windows 8.1 try to shut down a Windows 8 PC. It took me a moment to remember how to do it.
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       14 Jul 2015 #162

    alphanumeric said: View Post
    lol, I remember when windows 8 first came out and people having to Google how to shut down their PC.
    Hard shut down was my friend . . . I was one of those!
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  3.    14 Jul 2015 #163

    alphanumeric said: View Post
    lol, I remember when windows 8 first came out and people having to Google how to shut down their PC.
    LOL! I think it was a tutorial by Brink on Eight Forums that saved my bacon.
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  4.    14 Jul 2015 #164

    lol, its funny now, not so much then though.
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       14 Jul 2015 #165

    alphanumeric said: View Post
    lol, its funny now, not so much then though.
    Nope, I was royally pi$$ed! I did learn to [kinda] like Windows 8, but then Windows 8.1 came along to disrupt the organization once more. And, eventually I was able to use it proficiently.
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  6.    14 Jul 2015 #166

    Windows 8.1 Pro is a great OS IMHO. I plan to keep it and upgrade W10 over my W7 Home Premium install.
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       14 Jul 2015 #167

    Actually I had set up both 7 and 8 in a dual boot across the two OS drives by first adding the 8 boot entry into the 7 BCD. When problems came up suddenly preventing either one from starting a tried the PC Refresh option which then put a fresh 8 install automatically. With 7 in 8's BCD the same problem appeared again until running the Disk Check tool I found numerous errors had come up on both drives..

    Now for the shutdown process most of us went with one of the replacement Start menus at first sight looking for ways to get around the Metro screen at post time. And yes some complained they didn't want any "mobile OS"!
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  8.    14 Jul 2015 #168

    I'm in the sweat spot, I can run what ever version of Windows I want. Free upgrade or no free upgrade. I have an MSDN subscription to play with. I'll get keys for Windows 10 anyway. If you had asked me about a month ago I would have told you I'm staying with 8.1. Now, I'm not so sure. I still don't like the hybrid start menu/start screen but its at least usable (for me) now. I'm going to run 10 for a while on my daily user laptop and desktop and then decide. So far I've only be playing with the Preview now and then. Usually right after new build is released. It's come a long way.
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  9.    14 Jul 2015 #169

    I have a few of those MSDN keys for Win 7. Not sure how to apply them at the critical moment?
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  10.    14 Jul 2015 #170

    What critical moment?
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