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  1. After learning how to setup Windows 2008 server with group Policies and Active Directory, I am actually starting to like Windows. The only thing that is annoying me is the Metro interface, even Windows Server 2012 has that login interface instead of a standard Windows 2000 styled login menu. I tried to install the Windows 8 RTM x64 in Virtualbox and I got errors and was unable to install the Release Candidate.

    I have Windows 7 Ultimate working perfectly with Virtualbox and guest additions, so WTF is up with Windows 8? I made a 25 Gigabyte VDI and the installation said my system needed repair. but I had not even installed it yet.

    I will have to get a new HDD and install Windows 8 on that, I have an old IDE drive I could use to test it out, but is there any reason to even use Windows 8 when I have Fedora 17 and Linux Mint 13? Windows 7 is supported for a long time yet and businesses are not going to rush to upgrade to the new Windows when Windows 7 and XP are still prevalent.

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    2. Jodwin

      Jodwin

      Mr. T said:

      I doubt there is any reason to upgrade...erm change to Win8 if you are happy with Win7.

      The only reason would be if there happen to be Metro apps that you just absolutely want to use. Or if you have a touch screen monitor and want to make maximum use out of that, which is silly.

    3. YukiRaven
    4. Mr. T

      Mr. T

      Cool pic bro

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