Windows 8 is Here! WIndows 8 is here folks, and its fully ready for users to buy it from Microsoft, you can now be the proud owner of your very own Windows 8 Pro operating system. The starting price is a limited time offer from Microsoft and is going at a $39.99 selling price for the download, and a $69.99 price for the actual software box shipment to be delivered to your doorstep. It features the brand new Metro Style UI interface, and its very appealing visually, however it takes some time to get use to it all, and so we are doing folks a favor by providing the tutorial guides here to help anyone learn how to utilize their new Win 8 if they so chose to make the purchase. Below is the first of many guides through it all, and there’s loads more to come, show casing hints, tips, and tricks to make the Windows 8 user experience become a welcoming experience an complete transition from using the older operating systems. Looking to get the upgrade follow link here: Microsoft WIndows 8 Pro official upgrade
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Windows 8 is hard! So say 14 'typical users' A U.K. design firm put Windows 8 under the microscope recently, and users reported some issues with handling the operating system. The firm in question, Foolproof, had 14 "typical users" try out Windows 8 for the first time to see how they fared using the new-look operating system. This tiny group reportedly consisted of regular Windows users, so they supposedly weren't coming to the Microsoft universe cold. But Microsoft's new user interface, which largely consists of a series of tiles, ditching the traditional look and feel of Windows, "comes with a huge learning overhead."
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Is all your gear Windows 8 compatible? Migrating to a new operating system is a bit like getting ready for a first date. What will she look like? Will he be easy to get along with?