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Latest Poll: Will you upgrade to Windows 8?


  • 13%
    Yes, when it launches

  • 17%
    Yes, when I buy a new PC after Windows 8 launches

  • 44%
    No. I'm sticking with what I've got

  • 18%
    No. My next PC operating system won't be Windows

  • 9%
    Don't know


(Based on 2505 Votes)

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Previous Poll: How many devices do you have connected to your router at home?

  • 4%
    Don't have a router

  • 51%
    1-5

  • 32%
    5-10

  • 8%
    10-15

  • 4%
    More than 15

  • 1%
    Don't know


(Based on 1071 Votes)

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Previous Poll: How much do you intend to spend on your next PC?

  • 28%
    Less than £400

  • 28%
    £400-£600

  • 14%
    £600-£800

  • 13%
    £800-£1,000

  • 17%
    More than £1,000


(Based on 843 Votes)

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Previous Poll: Have you used a mobile app for wireless printing?

  • 15%
    Yes, it's really useful

  • 11%
    Yes I've downloaded an app, but not used it much

  • 35%
    No, my printer or mobile device doesn't have this functionality

  • 39%
    No, I can't see a use for this

  • This poll has been sponsored by Kodak

(Based on 431 Votes)

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Previous Poll: How long does your smartphone’s battery last?

  • 33%
    Less than 12-hours

  • 34%
    12-24 hours

  • 20%
    1-2 days

  • 12%
    2+ days


(Based on 807 Votes)

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