Grow up. You simply tap the window key and type 2 or 3 letters, and press enter. And this is from someone who LIKED DOS. Reason below posting. my review here
The wallet being your taskbar, and going back to the car to get the lesser used item is Start/All Apps. But people need to stop calling the Start menu "stupid" just because you think the latest and greatest from Microsoft is actually a step back in UI functionality and use. I didn't go to my documents folder from the Start menu in Windows XP. You can name a thousand things, and in many cases software, too, where an older version was better than some "superior" version that screwed stuff up. https://www.eightforums.com/software-apps/9253-unable-install-itunes-win8-rtm.html
Apple disclaims any and all liability for the acts, omissions and conduct of any third parties in connection with or related to your use of the site. Both are horrible at workflow and navigation with those stupid pervasive top menus you can't easily switch between. Nothing, because you wouldn't have known the Start screen existed.
When it finishes, it tells me that it can't start services.12. Don't know why it is problematic for a couple of people here - could be one of many reasons. The things you described take longer. It's more a back-end nightmare for support surely, but that's just because it's different and you have to relearn the tweaking technique.
I will release a video and post a link here to show you how fast Windows 8 really is when you know how to use it. Much of that boot lag was probably either hardware based, because their rig was riddled with the remains of viruses and spyware, or the drivers were sorely out-dated and they installed inverse137 I have yet to see more than 5% of workstations running W8 in any company I support. This Site Having to sort applications into three tiers with three different ways to run them is not only bad design, it's stupid.
FS "Fuck I don't know shit about computers and I can use it! " Thats the problem. I will also have a very clean and tidy, uncluttered UI at the same time Danmansonman …where did I imply that explorer was introduced in 7? Unfortunately for Microsoft, they keep trying to force gamers to upgrade to get the newer version. Danmansonman The old start menu is slower.
I've even added all the exe files to DEP, Data Execution Preventi video help | post reply | read more i am unable to install windows 8 RTM as a secondary And for all the people thinking Linux will ever get anywhere on the desktop you are living a lie that's been going on since 1994. I don't think so. So why be an asshole now and being rude to people?
Otherwise you would still be using the Start menu. http://webcomputerrepair.com/unable-to/unable-to-install-microsoft-fix-it-microsoftprogram-install-and-uninstall-meta-diagcab.html Register Windows 7 Forum Forum Windows 8 Forums Software and Apps Unable to install iTunes on Win8 RTM Unable to install iTunes on Win8 RTM 11 Sep 2012 #1 RicoJ View You didn't access computer/documents from the Start Menu, so really what are you missing? How many applications are most people actively working it at one time.
Did a Google search on this problem and tried running as an Administrator, and changing compatibility to windows 7, but still get the same message. I cannot imagine someone with little to no technical skill being "happy" or even able to use Windows 8 correctly if they were used to a previous version. System Manufacturer/Model Number Self OS Windows 8 Pro x64 CPU i7-3770k Motherboard Asus Maximus V Gene Memory 8 GB Corsair Dominator Platinum Graphics Card Intel HD4000 Quote 11 Sep 2012 #2 get redirected here Should it be like this?
Danmansonman Anyone can run applications faster with 8 Start faster that you ever will with the old start menu, children, elderly, wives…you're defending something that will no longer be without 3rd Show some benchmarks, or you're talking crap. I needed some time to get use to it and that was it.
You continuously imply that if someone could not "adapt" (confusing "adapt" with "prefer") to Windows 8 that they were stupid, slow, or were out-of-date. Tell me, what features did you think you were paying for over Pro or Home version? Ray C I would to see a study or data showing that 50% or more of all Windows 7 users use the start menu heavily as compared to desktop and taskbar Tell them that you need to find a way to completely remove iTunes, then start over.
Nikavalanche Use Iobit Startmenu8 its free + customizable. OS Windows 8 CPU Intel i7 Memory Gigabyte P8Z68 Quote 11 Sep 2012 #3 RicoJ View Profile View Forum Posts Junior Member Posts : 2 Windows 8 Pro x64 Did you If you then use File Checksum Integrity Verifier (FCIV) on the ISO, the hash should match. http://webcomputerrepair.com/unable-to/unable-to-end-task-in-task-manager-win8-1-x64-and-vmlite.html Xplorer4x4 I think you are hearing a very vocal minority that likes to complain about the lack of a start menu.
People won't have compatible programs, and will have to start from scratch entirely, or port REALLY crappy low res programs from their cell phones, like Itunes lets you do to ipads. http://gcomputer.net/ DarkGray Knight Strange, Windows 8 developer preview surpassed Linux in the first month. Thanks for Start8, Loki and other applications out there to fill the void. You can even press a letter, yes one letter, and it will sort/shorten the list.
And stop assuming just because something is older it's inferior. When it finishes, it tells me that it can't start services.12. Feb 20, 2013 8:20 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by fox006, fox006 Feb 20, 2013 10:01 PM in response to Starrider1 Level 1 (0 points) Feb 20, I go to control panel and try to start services manually.
windows 8.1 blows away 7 in performance and benchmarks and is very easy to use after the first week of WTF am I looking at where are the system menus!!! I always used quick launch, keyboard shortcuts, or desktop icons, or pinned to taskbar from 7. I just installed Windows 8.1 yesterday. We install 8 on every new machine we build, and provide "5" minutes of tutoring the changes when we deliver to their home, and the customers are happy, they adapt, they