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Microsoft Windows 8 Question?

Postby Jerron » Sun Oct 15, 2017 1:15 pm

Yes Windows 8 Consumers Preview has been out and available for beta testers for a few days now. However, if your Windows 7 is doing well, I strongly suggest that you stay away from the beta version of Windows 8 unless you have a spare computer to play with. It's too buggy and as expected, it crashes on a lot of applications that aren't ready for Windows 8 yet. Some wifi drivers don't work as well so they can't connect to the internet.

A lot of dumb users who replaced their Windows 7 with the beta version of Windows 8 without giving much thought are now faced with the problem of how to go back to their Windows 7 as Windows 8 wiped out their recovery partition. Now, they are forced to buy the Windows 7 recovery disc from their computer manufacturers or install a fresh copy of Windows 7. If you are brave enough like me and have another computer to try it on then go ahead and get the feel of Windows 8.

If you don't have a spare computer but you still want to try it out, make sure you create a complete system image of your hard drive to a couple of DVDs. This is what those idiots failed to do before they took the plunge. Now they have to pay the price, especially if they've lost their Windows 7 product key.

@Marcus, you don't need a touch screen for Windows 8. Click on the screen, hold it and drag the mouse just as you swipe with your fingers on a touch screen.
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