Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 20th Sep 2011 22:30 UTC
Windows Why, would you look at this. All this time we were expecting Apple to be the first one to flip the switch and limit desktop users to Mac App Store applications and turn Mac OS X into a walled garden, but in fact, Microsoft will be the first to flip this switch. As it turns out, Metro applications can only be installed through the Windows Store - with sideloading only for enterprises and developers (this doesn't apply to legacy applications).
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MattPie
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2006-04-18

"Funny how a NEC monitor, Ancient Dell Keyboard, BenQ HD Projector and Microsoft mouse all work fine on my Apple kit.

I don't have to faff around loading drivers either unlike Windows."


You wouldn't have to load drivers for those in Windows either. ;)

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shotsman Member since:
2005-07-22

Well, my copy of Windows and the searching for drivers it does when I connect the keyboard would seem to disagree with you. YMMV.

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lucas_maximus Member since:
2009-08-18

I call bullshit.

Your keyboard is either USB or PS/2 so it will be plug and play anyway.

I have a Bloomberg keyboard in front of me and that worked just fine ... and that is probably much more exotic than anything you own.

Edited 2011-09-21 21:09 UTC

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