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Kelsenellenelvian

An OS old enough to drink?

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Ever wonder what happens after an Operating System reaches the legal drinking age in the USA???

When windows 3 was born:

win30.png

Now after ALOT of drinking:

w8dpnocomputerondesktop.png

Notice the same flat buttons and square edges it has just gained swag....

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I really like Windows 8. are you using Start8? it seems to be the only way i can function with this new UI!

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I won't use Win8...

I like to watch and use dvd's and blue rays.

I use a desktop.

I DO NOT want it telling MS what I install and download... (Yes it can do that now)

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Is it intentional humor I see? After "ALOT" of drinking... your default menu choice is to collapse? :lol:

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After "ALOT" of drinking... your default menu choice is to collapse?

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I DO NOT want it telling MS what I install and download... (Yes it can do that now)
Found that out - a gave a link (somewhere in the Win8 subforum) to an article on it. And I agree. BS! What if you "roll your own"? TELL them? Smacks of one step closer to "Big Brother" (as if they haven't done it already).
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