You are VERY misinformed or educated my friend. Its a shame :(
Ya no, it works MORE than fine, just based upon your wall and the retarded garbage posted upon it i would firstly assume that you base you opinion on anyone with a slightly superior IQ. Second, on EVERY single game ive played windows 8 have been more than compatible. And what are u specifically referring to in the topic of "UI"???
With 57 Million copies being actively used AND the fact that no one actually used the metro apps and touch screen uses, is a dumbass first month release argument from a unudacted child with nothing more to do than TROLL :( Second OTHER than you whining about the touch/Metro apps the OS runs up to 3X quick upon boot and runs MOST modern games better than Win 7 ultimate bar far. Its easy to use and has no issue other than you and the retarded Anti fanbase
I will say this tho, You are cute for a Tech geek ;) LOL Much Love (Y)
Guessing it's going to be exclusive like thadeus mentioned. Oh well, we all know they have a lot of room for improvement and could fix a lot of problems.
Nice, can't wait
I don't think disliking Windows 8 Metro is trolling, though I also think the problems go deeper than just the Start Screen.
I think Windows 8.1 is better than Windows 8. I'm still using Windows 7.
Good stuff, I have always loved installing the for the promise of performance, it has been sometime though. Lets see how this one turns out.
The "close to metal" generalization Microsoft's promising with DX12 seems to be a response to the fact that OpenGL drivers have been implementing the same thing and are gaining increasing developer support. NVIDIA's giving a presentation (with AMD and Intel) about it at GDC in a couple of weeks: http://schedule.gdconf.com/session-id/828316
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
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