Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 2nd Mar 2012 16:16 UTC
Windows Wednesday was the big day for Microsoft - the largest overhaul of its operating system since Windows 95 (heck, I'd argue the overhaul is far larger than Windows 95) went into consumer preview. I've been running it on my Asus ZenBook since its release, and in all honesty, it's not as arduous as I expected. I'm not planning on doing a full review, but I do want to mention a number of things - both positive and negative - that stood out to me.
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RE[2]: Comment by ichi
by ichi on Sat 3rd Mar 2012 20:12 UTC in reply to "RE: Comment by ichi"
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As for scrolling non-raised windows (or other views within the sam window), you should try KatMouse, . Although the default settings are weird, they are easily fixed, and it does what you want in most cases. It makes Windows so much better. ;)

The problem with that kind of hacks is that they are... well, hacks, much like those Windows implementations of virtual desktops.

I'll rather stay with the native implementation on Linux than going with the quirks and incomplete functionality of third party add ons.

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