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Windows 8 seems to be a touchy subject these days... have you taken the plunge?

Windows Users: Have you upgraded to Windows 8?
  • Yes, I bought a new PC/Tablet with Windows 8 pre-loaded (122 votes)
  •  
    2%
  • Yes, I upgraded my existing machine(s) to Windows 8 (3,396 votes)
  •  
    45%
  • I haven't upgraded to Windows 8 yet, but I plan on doing so in the future (646 votes)
  •  
    9%
  • I currently have no plans to upgrade to Windows 8 whatsoever; I'm sticking with XP/Vista/Windows 7 (2,713 votes)
  •  
    36%
  • I'm still undecided on Windows 8, and haven't made any decisions on upgrading (665 votes)
  •  
    9%

  • 7,542 total votes


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Widdows 8 and Microsoft relisbility
By reluctant Microsoft user on 11/18/2012 8:00:37 AM , Rating: 2
I was burned with widnows 2000, early Xp (XP SP 2) worked good and vista. I only went to Vista because my old laptop went down
I will wasit for serice pack two when Microsoft finnaly fixed a new product.
I do not trust a compnay that Never delivers a viable product.
Microsoft you earned this now it is time to pay the price.




By brshoemak on 11/18/2012 11:14:12 AM , Rating: 2
If you're on Vista or an older version of XP, that's part of the problem. I understand where you're coming from but Windows 7 is pretty much rock solid IMO. However, it shouldn't be an exception to get an exceptional operating system.

...also, if you think Windows 2000 was bad then you never tried NT. :)


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