Linked by snydeq on Tue 6th Mar 2012 14:42 UTC
Windows Woody Leonhard provides an in-depth, hands-on look at Windows 8 Consumer Preview, finding Microsoft's old Windows desktop and tablet-friendly Metro UI to be strange bedfellows. "In my experience, with rare exceptions, longtime Windows users don't like Windows 8. There's too much change, and it isn't at all clear that the adjustments benefit people who've grown accustomed to mice and 'legacy' programs. And though Windows 8 introduces some nice new features, they're minimal. If you're looking for a business desktop OS with revolutionary improvements comparable to Windows 7, Windows XP, Windows 95, or even Windows Vista, it has yet to be seen. But if you're considering a move to a Windows-based tablet, you'll want to dive into Windows 8 with both feet", Leonhard writes, offering a guide to some of the lesser-known nooks and crannies in Windows 8 and an extensive visual tour of features and hidden menus.
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by Tuishimi on Tue 6th Mar 2012 19:43 UTC
Tuishimi
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2005-07-06

Most long time windows users don't like it? I am not seeing that on Neowin… most people LIKE it but have some reservations. Myself, I've been using Windows since version 1... and I am loving 8. Sure, there are aspects I would like to see done differently and, since it is a beta, there are some rough edges... but I don't have any serious issues with it. Altho' it did just hang and I had to reboot. LOL! I think it was a driver issue, some sort of conflict while working in a VM inside of W8.

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