Just as I said I can only discuss something after trying the final version, only after that I can give my opinion.[/QUOTE]
Well if you just take a look back you will notice how spectacular Windows 8 fell like a flop after not listening to the Testers review when they tested Windows 8 and then disregarded the Testers feedback.
[QUOTE=darkalien74;2756127]And point is… As I said, OD it’s dying, it’s not dead yet, its here to stay, but for how long? Just look for the news here for companies that just stoped to manufacture writers and media, it’s all here at Myce, so you’re not adding nothing new…[/QUOTE]
Bad news, we can still buy DVD/BD media to burn to so OD is far from dying in my neck of the wood. So news of OD going away anytime soon is a rosy picture. But if you want your world news then so be it.
[QUOTE=darkalien74;2756127]We are talking about an OS install. In fact Cloud is here since the initial times of internet, it’s not more than storage in the web, but just let’s see one thing. People now are using cloud services for what? Documents, photos, small movies and some other things around that you don’t need too much bandwith. We’re talking about an OS installation, and an cloud install it’s unpraticable right now because first you still need some media to boot your PC to install initial files (again usb or DVD), and then access the cloud to download the installation. Now we are talking about 2gb to 4gb of files, last time I installed World of Tanks in a PC without Broadband it took 5 hours just to download the game, last time that I had to install windows 7 It took 3 hours to download 2Gb of updates, and believe-me it’s still there too many people without broadband, and I’m not even talking about servers shutdowns, so yes I still think about more 10 years to use Servers to Direct Install an OS.[/QUOTE]
Cloud before it was called was Servers Farms that stored and accessed peoples data. And considering the hacks of Servers and Users data being stolen they have a less the stellar track record to protect User data. That will be stored on my local DVD/BD media and HDD/SSD. Until Server Farms(Cloud) can protect user data it won’t have my sensitive data so that it can be stolen.
[QUOTE=darkalien74;2756127]Just check how many companies are ther specialized on recover your data from HDDs, and check the money they are making right now just to recover documents from external HDDs. HDD have more chances to fail than a burned DVD (burned in a good media of course). I still have cds burned on a Philips cdd2000 that I can read without errors. So no it’s not a myth.
Thats why OD is struggling right now…[/QUOTE]
[QUOTE=darkalien74;2756127]Like Albert said in the previous post, we still can dowload the ISO.[/QUOTE]
Well until MS says it official and post the info I will believe it when I see it.
[QUOTE=darkalien74;2756127]I think there are people that are haters just to be haters, even if the company it’s doing something right, like a usb pen to install.So for this one I think that Microsoft is having some kind of vision…[/QUOTE]
Really Vision…then you missed Windows 8 vision…likes sales rocket down so fast you couldn’t catch it fast enough. Notice how no one talks about Windows 8 or see ads about how good Windows 8 is??? There are stark differences between Haters and dissenters. Might want to check that carefully.