Microsoft Windows 9. Huzzah!

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I heard it would be called Windows 10.

No?
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General Mackevili wrote:I heard it would be called Windows 10.

No?
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I'm checking Snopes......
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General Mackevili wrote:I'm checking Snopes......
I'm telling mom.
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I'm trying out the windows tapatalk app right now. not sure if I like it yet

http://apps.microsoft.com/windows/en-us ... e89cecda16
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i am running an original system load of xp on an HP box from 2005.
never a hiccup
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And there's Microsoft's problem with XP, for a company that sells OSes they made one that was too reliable for the consumer to want to change it...
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General Mackevili wrote:
clippy wrote:i hope they dont bring back the start menu.
I love the start menu. Image
you just like to be perverse, NO body likes to have to click click to turn off the fucker. It's like those stupid "are you SURE you wanna DO that? (you moron)" nag windows that pop up.

XP is ENOUGH for most ppl. I have it on this lappie, BUT i'm runnin LxPop Linux at the moment, runs off a 4 gig usb stick. AND if virtual desktops are what I think they are, it has that already. I've got it set up for 4 desktops so I can keep work/windows seperate and just bop back an forth as I want.
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microsoft are doing the demo of windows 9 today i think
http://www.theverge.com/2014/9/29/68680 ... ws-9-event
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StroppyChops wrote:And there's Microsoft's problem with XP, for a company that sells OSes they made one that was too reliable for the consumer to want to change it...
I'd be more than happy to go back to XP. The most stable MS platform I've ever used, way better than Win 7 in my experience. Not tried Win 8. Just goes back to the time tried wisdom of don't fix it if it ain't broken.
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