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3 Windows 8 questions for Microsoft Build

6/26/2013 04:38 PM EDT
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EE,etc.
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Windows 8 Pro a powerful OS for tablets
EE,etc.   7/4/2013 1:44:46 PM
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Nowadays, The growth lies in consumer mobile electronics and it seems Microsoft has a good chance with its Windows 8 for tablet market. Pricewise , still expensive, however, for any traditional Windows user, it offers great flexibity on the road!

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re: 3 Windows 8 questions for Microsoft Build
eewiz   6/27/2013 3:58:34 AM
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Unlike Apple, Microsoft certainly dont know how to stand behind their decisions. They removed start button in Windows 8 and is bringing it back in Windows 8.1

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re: 3 Windows 8 questions for Microsoft Build
selinz   6/26/2013 8:43:02 PM
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I still know no one who has a windows 8 machine... Surprising...

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