el Padrino wrote:Yes you will lose all your settings. Its not even Beta software so i dont think it was adviseable to install on your main system.
if you do not lose your settings, consider it a bonus.
Good luck..i hope your settings are kept. Windows 8 did such a great job keeping my settings, sometimes i forget that i have to reinstall certain programs.
New and improved now...mouse over to the to the top right and drag down...all ur last used apps are there and u can select it just like in WP7. ALT-TAB works just fine too.thedonkarlos wrote:Anyway, what happened to the start menu on the bottom left corner? it takes u back to the metro UI? Metro UI is cool for mobile devices but for desktops
And the swiping of so many apps to get to an app at the far end
Well, good they brought back the up arrow navigation that went missing after XP.
el Padrino wrote:I had issues getting wireless to work as I use a USB key but im good now. Been running for the last 3 days and no issues so far. Much better and more stable than the developer preview.
It feels just like an extension of my phone, which is a good thing from a usability standpoint but could be a bad thing for the privacy nuts. I have to lock my computer almost religiously now so my girl wont have access to my email and other messages.
el Padrino wrote:Just hit the desktop app and ur back to 7. Or you can just pin your apps to start.
Some people have hackedthe start button into 8 tho if you are desperate for it.
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