Windows 8 released in late-2012 and contains some dramatic changes for Windows users. Compared to Windows 7, this version looks completely new in so many ways. For this particular operated system, Microsoft focused upon touch navigation for tablets and smartphones more than anything else. The experience is quite jarring for traditional PC users. With that in mind, Windows 8 isn’t the right OS for every user.
This version of Windows throws out the start button and traditional window navigation. The user interface for Windows 8 switches things up and introduces so-called “live tiles” that constantly change. Unfortunately, such changes make things confusing for
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