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8 Reasons To Hate Windows 8.1
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AliR407
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11/19/2013 | 1:29:50 PM
8.1
I like 8 but not 8.1 but to make it more annoying, Microsoft added some dodgy thing that keeps popping up saying Get Windows 8.1. I've tried it and it ruined my laptop and had to reset everything to get back to 8 :D
SarahM802
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11/19/2013 | 12:48:04 PM
Why Windows?
This is where Apple has succeeded. They have iOS for tablets/phones and OS X for desktops/notebooks. Smart. Windows 7 was my favorite. It looks professional, classy and overall just a good looking UI. Windows 8 on the other hand reminds me of a cartoon. It's not tasteful. Windows really should have just left that to the tablets and just enhanced the Windows 7 look and feel to Windows 8.

 

Bad bad bad windows.
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