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Windows 8 is for kids, not silly rabbits.

Discussion in 'Windows 8 discussion' started by rking_ad, Oct 30, 2012.

  1. megadunderhead

    megadunderhead Regular member

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    Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha

    Does no one listen to intel they warned ibm computer users that it wasn't ready and needed a severely updated system to bring it up to par with windows 7
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    I didn't need Intel to tell me that. The same could be said for almost new Windows OS that's ever shipped with the possible exception of Windows 98 and 98 Second Ed which were almost entirely the same as Windows 95 OSR2.5. It's probably worse today because of Microsoft's commitment to push a new version out every 3 years to sell Software Assurance volume licenses but it's always been normal and expected, particularly on the driver front. That's why most system administrators wouldn't even think about migrating to a new version until the first service pack is released.

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