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Windows 8: You Can Handle The Learning Curve

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    Windows 8 Pro with Media Center

    I researched windows 8 for two days prior to launch, downloaded and installed windows 8 pro from the Microsoft store as soon as it was available online. Within minutes of install I knew I would not be going back to windows 7 even though I was not familiar with things it just felt right. The malware I had been fighting for months that was undetectable to MSE, Windows Defender Offline, and Malwarebites was destroyed or disabled in the first hour of using windows 8. I still have a lot to learn about windows 8 but thus far it has been fast, stable, and secure. I like the new look and believe it is a keeper.

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    Tropical Island Pair a Dice
    Posts : 3,030
    Windows 8.1 Pro x64/ Windows 7 Ult x64

    Welcome to Eight Forums Pat.
    Glad that you are enjoying Win8.
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    It's not that difficult to learn it. That's highly exaggerated. But it's not easy nor does it feel intuitive. They have made things more difficult where it was not necessary and changed things that are not for the best. But it definitely could have been more user-friendly and have a better user-experience.
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  4. #14

    Posts : 534
    Windows 7, Windows 8 RP

    Quote Originally Posted by tseven View Post
    But it's not easy nor does it feel intuitive.
    The iPhone touch interface was the first of its kind when it came out, it was also not intuitive and very foreign to anything used before it.
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