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Discussion in 'Gaming PC' started by ogreman, Jan 5, 2014.
windows 8 a lets me download and play the best
well if it is not game friendly i dont want it
It's exactly like Windows 7 as far as gaming is concerned, in fact given DirectX 11.1 is only partially supported on 7 and 11.2+ is exclusive to Windows 8+ it's actually the better choice going forward if you want full feature support, it's mostly just high end stuff right now though.
so very true, learn a little of the basics gets them further, but they don't learn
sometimes i don't get people. that little knowledge saves you a lot of money in the long run
I'm sticking with Windows 7 for now.
I tell you what though, sometimes I'm utterly amazed by their ability to break an OS. I have no idea how someone that knows so little about a computer can do so much damage in so little time.
I think security updates for Windows 7 SP1 (service pack 1) will continue until 2020 so you've got plenty of time to decide when to upgrade.
I know how they do it.
Like the same business lady has a young child. The little kid decides to throw the laptop on the floor.
...and of course it gets busted... the metalic lining on the side is buckled with little green wires hanging out of a hole on the side
i was like omg
I prefer windows 7 but because 8 is too appy
Windows 8 is just bad... W7 is much better so im sticking with W7 for now but ppl who like it can use it ofc.. but if you ask me Windows 7 is more better
windows 8, is beast, pc boot in 3-5 sec on windows 7 is 10 sec for sure, games on w8 works rly nice games go rly nace ...
Hmm i don't know, i think windows 7 better then windows 8.
I have windows 8.1 is great rune game fine
Too ''appy''? lol. You mean there are too many apps? :S
You can just change to the desktop if you don't like the apps x)
It's buggy on my laptop... So I put back windows 7 again
I dont use w8 but is good system
I had it 2 months but i dont need it I have now windows XP SP3 Probably the best windows so far
Windows xp is not supported any longer, using it is a fairly hefty security risk.