Don't like it? I remember Microsoft's reasoning behind this one, "Windows 8 will not need to be rebooted very often." 05-18-2015 08:00 AM Like 1 2,056 http://forums.windowscentral.com/showthread.php?t=356909&s=66466a6deff28d2da23cd42978c9e7b7&p=3097046&viewfull=1#post3097046 aximtreo Originally Posted by lexrsk Seriously??? Most Commented Stories[Updated] Windows 10 Creators Update may download updates over metered connections even if you don't want it to100 CommentsHere's how to be among the first to get the Windows I know the designers at Microsoft would pull their hair out at the paucity of apps I have installed (I regularly install apps, but don't keep many), and the mostly empty http://fusionphp.net/windows-8-1/windows-8-1-preview-after-updating-final-version-window8-1.html
Once you get to know it -- give it a proper chance -- you'll find it's a really good operating system. As I said, not only is that bad first impression completely unwarranted in the majority of cases, but it has almost nothing to do with Windows 10. You have to restart the app to get it back to full screen. I did a test from my work phone (which doesn't have an existing conversation thread), and that also gave no indication that the message was a group text. https://www.eightforums.com/windows-updates-activation/30591-windows-8-1-preview-i-hate-i-love-i-hate.html
Wiedergabeliste Wiedergabeliste __count__/__total__ Hate it OR Love it, Windows 8.1 is here ! I loved Windows 95. The majority of WP7.x apps worked on 8.0. Nokia continues to build the best quality phones period.
Now that we see apps alongside everything else on the Desktop, how are we supposed to know what's an app and what's a proper desktop application? And, it's only getting better. who has one? d=23238866I wouldn't trust my secure data with it, and i'm not a security expert, but i'm wondering why you say it's more secure than a desktop OS, such as windows 8
FB and Twitter work pretty well, too.A lot of these apps will probably integrate into the messaging or people hub as Microsoft opened them up to third-party developers. that can be a pain, but the app store is growing, most of the major apps are their. Operating systems and prejudice This is why I expect the next few months leading up to Windows 10's release to be exceptionally frustrating: many people are going to hate Windows 10 http://betanews.com/2013/09/03/why-i-love-windows-8-1/ Admittedly there are some elements I don't like, but I can fire up my programs just as quickly, and the benefits of the new OS far and away outweigh the downsides.
Your cache administrator is webmaster. THAT INCLUDES THE PHONES. look at the high dpi settings in chrome on windows! love it or hate i Quote #19 Thu Apr 17, 2014 4:22 pm StaticFX wrote:wordsAndroid is generally more secure than any desktop OS, so I have a hard time buying that
Under Construction Forever~~~ Top deb0 Gerbil In Training Posts: 4 Joined: Thu Jan 27, 2011 8:57 pm Contact: Contact deb0 Website Re: Windows 8 (8.1) phones... https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_8-windows_install/i-hate-windows-8/cd2d9fec-9d95-42ba-9e41-727419459465 It is all worse. Do not use Windows 10 … yet! who has one?
who has one? http://fusionphp.net/windows-8-1/windows-8-1-much-slower-search-than-windows-8-unfriendly.html love it or hate i Quote #8 Tue Apr 15, 2014 5:40 pm I have a Nokia Lumia 1020 with Windows Phone 8.0 (waiting for general distribution of 8.1), and I either way, seriously look at it. love it or hate i Quote #2 Tue Apr 15, 2014 3:50 pm I believe 8.1 is only in the hands of developers at this point and won't be rolling out
I hope you're right, as I would love some new flagship hardware with 8.1 05-17-2015 08:27 PM Like 0 234 http://forums.windowscentral.com/showthread.php?t=356909&s=66466a6deff28d2da23cd42978c9e7b7&p=3096653&viewfull=1#post3096653 Mike Majeski Wasn't the Charms bar the universally hated aspect Installing programs like classic shell is not an option for most large corps. You do realise that windows 10 is still pre beta. http://fusionphp.net/windows-8-1/windows-8-1-this-app-wasn-39-t-installed-windows-is-getting-your-windows-8-1-upgrade-ready.html From everything I'd seen, I didn't think it was going to be much good but I decided to install it and give it a whirl before making my mind up.
I'm strict about it so that comments can be valuable for everyone, including those who come later and take the time to read. But people decided that they hated all of Windows 8, when in fact, the only thing that got their attention - and their frustration - was the Start screen.When? Increased device driver security? You're not going to see Microsoft intentionally reduce the security of anything.
I want to use Windows my way, and with 8.1 I can. who has one? For me though, Windows 8.1 is a damn fine OS, and I finally feel ready to make the ultimate commitment and wave goodbye to my Windows 7 dual boot…60 Off-topic comments will be removed.
Top replay Gerbil Posts: 37 Joined: Tue Oct 10, 2006 11:06 am Re: Windows 8 (8.1) phones... who has one? So I bought a used tablet from eBay and installed it yesterday, only to discover it is so much worse than I thought it would be. news No personal information.
Top UberGerbil Grand Admiral Gerbil Posts: 10219 Joined: Thu Jun 19, 2003 3:11 pm Re: Windows 8 (8.1) phones... In portrait mode the dead area is almost half the width of the screen. The only time I see "# Recipients" is when the group message was sent from me. HERE Maps and HERE Drive offer at least equivalent accuracy to Google Maps in addition to offline map support, which puts it on another level.