Would you upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 8 if you didn’t have a touchscreen interface?
riffin 14 weeks ago
The tile interface makes perfect sense for a touchscreen, but I’m using an “old” standard PC with mouse and keyboard. Other than better looks, is there much that someone using a traditional interface will miss out on if they don’t upgrade to Windows 8?
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