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Poll: On which type(S) of device would you prefer to use Windows 8?


PC Advisor

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Microsoft's revolutionary new OS is set to launch in the very near future - we want to know what device you are most looking forward to using Windows 8 on.

Let us know.

Poll: On which type(S) of device would you prefer to use Windows 8?

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Bing.alau

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I'm still using XP but thinking of lashing out on an iMac soon. Why do they keep changing the system? Is the previous one broken? Or is it a money thing?

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The Old Mod

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No intention of going for Windows 8 yet, I expect at a later date I may have it but only if I were to get a new PC with it installed!

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rodavinci

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I don't see the point in using Windows 8 which is designed with touch screens in mind when neither my Windows 7 PC or laptop have a touch screen! If the Metro interface could be disabled I might consider upgrading?

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iscanut2

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I am happy with Win 7 I don't want or use touch screens and as for faster booting, whats a few seconds to an ordinary home user ? I will not be upgrading to Win 8.

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OTT_B

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I've got no plans on Windows 8 at the moment, unless the Media Centre add-on has some major functionality improvements. W7 is working perfectly well for my uses on desktop, and vista on laptop.

All the mobile devices in the house are running Android, which again, works perfectly well and none will need replacing for the foreseeable future.

Sorry MS, not much business from me this time round!

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Quickbeam

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My XP & Win 7 machines ain't broke yet.

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canarieslover

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I used the release candidate for a while dual booting with Win 7 and did not find it very intuitive. I accept that there learning curve whenever you switch to a new O.S. but this was one curve too far. Perhaps I'm getting too old but it shouldn't be a case of teaching 'an old dog new tricks' but increasing the usefulness of the ones already learned. With my experience so far its got to be a big 'Won't be using Win 8 from me.

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wee eddie

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I plan to buy a W8 Tablet almost as soon as it is launched.

I shall just wait for long enough for any major glitches to be identified and solutions to be activated.

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wiz-king

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As I only use desktops for home and work I don't think I will bother. ( just had my last Win 3.1 machine fail - sob sob.)

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john bunyan

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I an happy with W7 and will only consider a change if my desktop needs replacing in a couple of years or more. My laptop will stay on W7. If W8 works on an iPad I might buy one.

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