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  Reply # 778562 12-Mar-2013 14:43
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I would love to have a good play with Windows 8, get to know how best to use it so i can best support those who have it!


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  Reply # 778601 12-Mar-2013 15:31
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Windows ate my computer, professionally too.




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  Reply # 778607 12-Mar-2013 15:36
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Convinced all my friends to shift to MAC....winning this would give me the opportunity to use the line:

"WHAT, havnt you ever seen a hypocrite before?"

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  Reply # 778623 12-Mar-2013 15:57
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Yes please,

Its becoming more clear that the designers were indeed on acid/bath salts.
Windows Austin Powers Edition

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  Reply # 778624 12-Mar-2013 15:57
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minigopher17: With all the fancy terminology these days, they call that sidebar thing in Windows 8 a Charms bar. How feminine sounding...


The disk packaging also looks like a massive pack of Tampons.




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  Reply # 778625 12-Mar-2013 16:00
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It looks like you're
giving away Windows 8.

Would you like help?

o Get help with giving
away Windows 8.

o Just give it away to Tinshed without help.

[] Don't show this again.




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  Reply # 778662 12-Mar-2013 16:30
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There once was a man names Jon, who has been using XP for too long
So he went to the store, but windows 7 was no more

He searched left, right, and head to toe, and found Windows 8 to be seriously pro!

Do i win?

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  Reply # 778693 12-Mar-2013 17:00
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The swirly box is telling me to install windows 8 now, I can clearly hear the voices in my head saying that!

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  Reply # 778696 12-Mar-2013 17:05
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I don't need this, because this year is going to be the year Linux conquers the desktop.

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  Reply # 778708 12-Mar-2013 17:29
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Why wouldn't I want something to make my Vista and ME installed machines feel dirty?

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  Reply # 778713 12-Mar-2013 17:49
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Windows on drugs ... I want to try!

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  Reply # 778741 12-Mar-2013 18:50
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I'm in. Where do I sign?

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  Reply # 778806 12-Mar-2013 21:18
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The only good thing about Windows 8 Pro is that, being the pro edition, buying it also gives you the right to a free upgrade to Windows 7.

Unless you have a touch screen, Windows 8 is *vile*. Still, after trying it, I have to hand it to MS. They managed something in 10 minutes that Apple hadn't managed to do in 10 years - make me want a Mac!

However, if MS follows it's usual Windows cycle for various editions (good, awful, good, awful, good, awful.....) Windows 9 might be a good 'un.

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pretty please

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