Windows 8?

Discussion in Software PC & Mac started by Eric John • Apr 16, 2012.

  1. cluckis

    cluckisBanned

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    I am installing the Consumer Preview as we speak. I have heard that a lot of users are very happy with Windows 8. The only problem is how to start, because there is no start button. :p
     
  2. Victor Leigh

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    Same problem here. It took me fifteen minutes looking for the start button before I found out, by accident, that I need to press the Windows key on my keyboard to get things done. Windows 8 is usable for me but then again I actually installed it just to see how the new interface works.
     
  3. MEGATRUCK

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    An update on my biggest problem: It turns out for my Risen 2 problem I was just told that my OS wasn't supported (when the game clearly worked before). That's less of Microsoft's part then it is the fault of Deep Silver's support.
     
  4. Zaturo

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    I don't see the point of going for Windows 8 other than for Directx 11.1 which isn't even utilized properly yet. I'll stick to my DX 11 games, thanks.
     
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