* Posts by xpclient

5 posts • joined 7 Apr 2012

Intel CEO thinks Windows 8 isn't ready, insider claims

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FAIL

Everyone should avoid Windows Codename Compromise because of this:

http://xpwasmyidea.blogspot.com/2011/09/features-removed-in-windows-8.html

Want a Windows 8 Start Button? Open source to the rescue!

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Classic Shell officially supports Windows 8 RTM as the home page says. The FAQ page is just yet to be updated to reflect that. We will update it soon.

Ballmer says 500 MILLION 'users' to 'have' Windows 8 in 2013

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MS still continues to secretly remove features from Windows

As long these issues exist: http://xpwasmyidea.blogspot.com/2011/09/features-removed-in-windows-8.html and Microsoft arrogantly ignores them and continues to move ahead with Windows 8, no plans to upgrade to Windows 8. If Windows 8 was Windows 7 plus only added value, upgrade would have absolutely hassle and pain-free.

Microsoft ejects DVD playback from Windows 8

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Re: OH YEAH!

No. They will remove all the good stuff that makes Windows a great desktop OS and turn it into a trashy looking tablet OS that no one wants. Here's a list of removed features: http://xpwasmyidea.blogspot.com/2011/09/features-removed-in-windows-8.html

Windows XP support ends two years from now

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What ?? You mean downgrade to Windows 7? Windows 7 is a major downgrade in several areas, especially, USABILITY, and accumulates Vista's shortcomings too: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_features_removed_in_Windows_Vista

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_features_removed_in_Windows_7

Windows 8 is no better:

http://xpwasmyidea.blogspot.com/2011/09/features-removed-in-windows-8.html

XP is a completely functional OS and any one with common sense can secure it properly. Later OSes are broken in one way or the other. Wait till SP2 for Windows 7 arrives to bloat your C:\Windows\WinSxS folder. Vista was one attempt to take over your computer, Windows 7 is decent but doesn't fix Vista's wrongdoings and now Windows 8 is take 2 to take over your computer. The computer controls you, you don't control it.

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