I have a problem with my Ubuntu 10 VM with Copy and Paste to/from the host (it works one way, but not the other).
It could be a problem with that VM though, as it was created by merging 2 Ubuntu VMs into one.
It works correctly with my XP and W7 VMs.
I'll have to check my Linux Mint VMs.
It's interesting to hear that Photoshop, AutoCAD etc are not natural to use with existing technology, but touch makes them as natural as scratching your butt. I'm surprised that graphic artists, photographers, architects and engineers have managed to produce anything to date, without touch enabled monitors. I'm simply gobsmacked that I can produce large format prints from RAW images with nothing but a keyboard and mouse.
It is strange.
I liked Vista.
When I realised a lot of people didn't (to put it mildly), I didn't get upset. I didn't make up all sorts of rubbish. I didn't go into a state of denial.
Even more surprising, I'm also very typical when it comes to my distaste for the Start Menu a useless piece of clutter which I rarely used.
No wonder I like Windows 8, I'm not stuck in the past.
Disliking some aspects of Win 8 does not mean that someone is stuck in the past.
Especially if they are actually using Win 8, not simply knocking for the sake of it.
There have been aspects of most OSes that I haven't liked. Didn't stop me from using them.
It seems you know they are stories. MS PR dept is busy. Some people actually believe them.Bill
Thanks for the stories
You're welcome. I was the same way. Taskbar or desktop shortcuts. Start Menu was a PITA to use IMO. The only time I used it was WinKey -> right arrow -> Enter.
I always disliked the mouse. I'm using more of the shortcut keys to navigate. More WinKey then ever. Navigating much faster than in 7.
Why can't we just keep moving on, I'm bursting at the seams to see what's in Windows Blue and Windows Purple and Windows Orange.
Touch control, gesture control, voice control, eye control and mind control, hurry up, I can't wait.