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brian9p
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brian9p,
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10/28/2012 | 3:17:35 PM
re: Windows 8 Review: All About Touch
My office PC runs on XP -- and my home laptop (which I bought last year) does Windows 7. And then there's the two-year-old home desktop that runs Vista Home Basic. The point us, I use three different systems with three different versions of Windows. And I've configured the menus to 'Classic' so that I don't confuse myself with three different navigation systems. I'm not sure I'll be able to do this with Windows 8, for the START button has disappeared (although there are ways to get it back).
--Brian Pereira, InformationWeek (India)
MrExcelPro
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MrExcelPro,
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10/26/2012 | 8:16:26 PM
re: Windows 8 Review: All About Touch
A touchscreen would be perfect for my tool!
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