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What is needed for Windows 8?


twwtww

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I am thinking about upgrading my PC to a new one. In order to gain the full experience of Windows 8, do I to buy an all-in-one, monitors that are touch compatible or just a new PC (will my old monitors work)? I currently use Windows 7 with dual monitors, do I need to scrap them and replace them to utilize Windows 8? Do I buy an all-in-one and hook up another monitor for dual capabilities (does that have to be touch enabled - do all-in-ones even offer a hookup for another monitor)?

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