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Old October 7th, 2012, 09:52 AM   #8 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by ocnbrze View Post
so the question then is it practical? i mean once you get used to doing things, does it get easier? or is windows 8 more of a pain to use?

i understand that any thing new will take some getting used to, so yes the easy things maybe difficult at first.
I'll say this, you won't see any businesses making the switch. I can almost guarantee it (and for all I know that was expected/planned for)

You will get used to it, AND if you use any other Microsoft products you will probably see many rewards to it.

I personally love my Win 7. I'll keep one machine running 8 but chances are I won't use it hardly ever (unless maybe if I score one of those surface tablets)
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