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Do you guys think that Windows 8 is a good upgrade? Did you think it was a bad upgrade? Your feedback may help others determine if they should get Windows 8 or just stick with Windows 7. Is Windows 8 good on Windows phones? Is Windows 8 good on touchscreen PCs and laptops? How is it compared to Windows 7? Gaming performance? Software compatibility? How was the experience with the modern UI? And most importantly, was the experience good or bad? Why?

asked Dec 02 '12 at 00:42

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closed Dec 02 '12 at 12:22

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DJ Scooby Doo

The question has been closed for the following reason "Duplicate Questions, posted as a comment." by DJ Scooby Doo Dec 02 '12 at 12:22

I've been using Windows 8 for 1 day now (got my new computer yesterday) I would strongly recommend it if it will be used by someone that can easily pick up on new computer software and changes. As different as it is, I really don't find it that different (if that makes sense).

I like the tablet like experience of the Start screen, although I find it strange that there are essentially two different desktop screens. If this was for your office where you would have a variety of computer experiences using it then I would probably save yourself and enormous headache and stick with Windows 7.

It loads almost instantaneously is another bonus. The only thing I've ran into that I don't like is how you close programs with the mouse. Completely ridiculous if you ask me.

answered Dec 02 '12 at 12:02

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edited Dec 02 '12 at 12:07

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