3rd October 2011, 09:03 AM #1
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Windows 8: Consumers & Businesses Catch Early Bugs Discussion
As might be expected with any new software from Microsoft, early users of Windows 8 are complaining about malfunctioning apps, device driver woes, installation snags, and a burgeoning managerie of other bugs -- except that in a new twist, the first crop of early users this time around includes consumers and business customers, not just developers.
In a sharp departure from earlier practices around Windows 7, XP and Vista, for example, Microsoft has decided to open up experimentation with the developers version of Windows 8 to the general public.
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5th October 2011, 03:49 PM #2
Re: Windows 8: Consumers & Businesses Catch Early Bugs Discussion
i find new metro-style start menu a bit inconvinient, but other than that it's ok - older apps, that i have tested run without problems, and even 600mb of ram seems ok (win8 on virtual machine).IBM TP T61, 15.4" WSXGA+, T7300, 3GB 667MHz, Quadro NVS 140m 128Mb, 500+4GB 7200RPM (hybrid),
DVD+-RW DL, WL agn, 1GB LAN, HD Audio, SD/XD, ExpressCard, BT, 3DMark2005 - 3721
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