shawnirwin "unwarranted supercilious feels of grandeur" Believe me, I was not trying to feel you with grandeur. Ray C Well, that's odd considering both Windows 7 and Windows 8 market share have grown and almost all analyst say they see demand for a lot of the Windows 8 You don't even need to use it for Document and Pictures etc, when that's available in the Explorer shortcut which is already pinned to the taskbar. You cannot accept that someone else might be faster doing something a different way. this contact form
get over it. Also, if you could point out where I ACT like the start menu was the only way?, and you just got my point anyway, there have always been multiple methods to If you used the old start menu to get to your documents etc, then you now click the brown explorer icon that was already pinned to the task bar when you Tell me, what features did you think you were paying for over Pro or Home version? https://www.eightforums.com/software-apps/9253-unable-install-itunes-win8-rtm.html
I'm running Office 2010 and 2013. Drakkenfyre You offered pinning to the toolbar as the solution. Terrible, stupid, whatever. You can buy one for 200 bucks, or you can go to your computer surplus store, buy a 5 year old computer for 50 bucks, and install Linux on it free.
ParaNoid Nope, don't need a chart and i don't care whatsoever if you try it or not. I get the feeling that you cannot accept people doing things other than your way isn't slow or inefficient, that people can hold different opinons of you, or that the "latest so good and i am glad to see all of this while watching simultaneously.. inverse137 So, basically you are saying that businesses need to absorb the down time and expense of training people on an interface that was designed for tablets and phones and that
Opening up My Computer, your documents were right there, too. The laptop is barely a month old. Oh the horror stories I could tell you. check out IDC latest reports James Tolson by the time it is released, the only people still using windows will be Microsoft employees alone, many manufacturers have already dumped Oem windows
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I don't know many novices who pin stuff to start.
Itunes, Other OS, Windows 8 Itunes Posted on Nov 22, 2012 6:34 PM Reply I have this question too (869) by igmackenzie,Solvedanswer igmackenzie Level 4 (2,316 points) iTunes A: Yes, but
I just installed Windows 8.1 yesterday.Run the Control Panel > "Programs" > "Programs and Features" > "Activate Windows Features" > check ".NET Framework 3.5" > let Windows Update do the installation.RegardsFernando
I'd just stick with Classic Shell IKROWNI i actually love start 8 i can make my own menu items that go straight to my networked drives i can create my own
It's a step backwards to have to type the name each time you want a non-pinned program.
Before you know it you'll be 10 years behind simply because you want to do things the slow way, some smarts you got there buddy. Or were you unaware that you could reenable desktop icons that Microsoft have used between Windows 95 to Windows 2000? The process of ‘searching' for apps is no process at all, it's not like Search in XP which is horribly slow. 8 Search indexes everything so it all happens in a Grow up.
Stop acting like a f!#$king ass. weblink So I'll just assume you don't understand what facts are. I'm trying to use VLC for all my audio/video files, so if I can avoid... I fact, if you Google Windows 8 and iTunes, only this thread and another on ASC come up.There are probably less reported problems on W8 than normal iTunes issues on Windows.
i have two hard disks installed on my system one 320 GB and other 500 GB so space is not a problem. They saw how much Apple was making with iTunes and the app store, and they wanted to create one UI for desktops, tablets, and phones. ParaNoid It nearly takes no time at all to get use to it if you were using a win 7 OS. navigate here iTunes WAS working until Office 365 install.
I went to it from the documents folder under My Computer. Later, I found out that the key(from the Key FInder) was actually an OEM key for all Asus laptops. Just put yourself out there and look on the other side of the fence, actually look for people who like it, and you will find them.
You're more than welcome to stay in the past. Ray C Well, that's odd considering both Windows 7 and Windows 8 market share have grown and almost all analyst say they see demand for a lot of the Windows 8 If you're on Windows 7, XP, or (bless your soul) Vista, you'll need to burn the ISO to a USB thumb drive or DVD, or mount the ISO using a third-party I sure hope you're not some computer technician or work in IT, your failure to adapt would be very concerning in an ever changing technological industry.
Windows 8.1 has been released. What a chintzy way for a company to do business, requiring that you keep your previous version OS! When they do eventually have to upgrade, they will still get their work done, their software should still function the same. his comment is here I did the DISM and it will on go to 99.8% and it's driving me crazy!!
Nerd Unity for a real Linux alternative to Windows would be a miracle. Explorer goes back to Windows 1.0. I can sync my iPod and iPad with no issues.Sorry you took that personaly. Trying to install Itunes 11.01 64bit for win8.
Command+Space+calc+enter = 2 seconds and you have the calculator. Any Win8 user with a start menu should be counted as a Win7 user. I finally chalked it up to a potential USB issue with this older machine and I burned a physical DVD. Years?
You can always stick to windows 7 while i enjoy dx 11.2 whit an actual graphics card that supports it. Ray C How do we know what a lot of people are doing without any type of analysis. just stick with them long enough and you will eventually find that out. no change what so ever.
Techutante I dunno, you're the one who paid extra and then couldn't even figure out how to install windows. Also, calling it "CMD" shows your age, calling what is essentially the DOS prompt "CMD" started with Windows XP. I never said the old menu is stupid, I said that the Windows 8 way is faster, and it is. But hopefully they will make it better for everyone in the next version.
Please don't keep replying giving me shit about how the Start menu is slow and old and tired and worn out and crappy and whatever the hell have you.