Microsoft: Windows 8 to streamline & simplify initial set-up

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Microsoft: Windows 8 to streamline & simplify initial set-up.

[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2011/11/ouXsi6.jpg[/newsimage]Upgrade and setup have long been hurdles for Windows OS owners, admitted Steven Sinofsky, Windows Live president. With the upcoming Windows 8, he said, Microsoft wants to make installation an all-around simpler process. 


Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/microsoft-windows-8-to-streamline-simplify-initial-set-up-54954/](http://www.myce.com/news/microsoft-windows-8-to-streamline-simplify-initial-set-up-54954/)


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How wonderfully delightful … a fantastic upgrade process for end users.

Now, if only people can be convinced to downgrade their OS’s from XP/Vista/Win7 to Windows 8.

Personally, after installing the preview, it’d required a lobotomy an/or death threats against family …


#3

[QUOTE=debro;2613085]Now, if only people can be convinced to downgrade their OS’s from XP/Vista/Win7 to Windows 8.[/quote] No need. In a while there will be nothing left but pirated copies of all old operating systems.

Personally, after installing the preview, it’d required a lobotomy an/or death threats against family …
Didn’t like it either. I’m just starting to like Windows 7 a little better, though XP is still far better for my daily needs.


#4

Linux;
Boot, click on install, go for quick lunch, come back and start working!


#5

[QUOTE=olddancer;2613512]Linux;
Boot, click on install, go for quick lunch, come back and start working![/QUOTE] Yeah yeah, linux is awesome.


#7

That’s is SOOOOOOO not fair to say that about linux …

Quite frankly, you can stick the linux livecd into the drive, boot from the livecd, go for a cup of coffee, and then start working.