Marrea wrote:With the Weather app open, hover your mouse over the bottom right-hand corner of the screen until the "Charms" bar appears (what an awful name !!). Select Settings, which will open up a Weather options bar. In that bar select Settings and under Units you can choose either F or C.
I've not had any problems playing mp3s in 8 but I do have it installed natively. Don't know if that makes a difference.
At the moment my main difficulty is trying to work out how to navigate my way around the o.s.
Rhakios wrote: … installing on real hardware has often left me struggling to find a driver to make something like the network card work.
Rhakios wrote:Have you tried IE much yet? …..... where are the Bookm.. er Favourites?
wyliecoyoteuk wrote:Shaping up for a corporate market failure.
wyliecoyoteuk wrote:It seems that MS have stopped caring about their customers (if they ever did) now it is this what you get, put up with it.
Ram wrote:wyliecoyoteuk wrote:It seems that MS have stopped caring about their customers (if they ever did) now it is this what you get, put up with it.
Unity anybody ?
wyliecoyoteuk wrote:Well, finally installed it ion Vbox.
It does seem very confused as to what it is.
I can see it being a decent tablet OS, but as a desktop, its pants.
Unity for example, is far more usable.
If they just put the tablet stuff there for tablets, and a standard desktop for business, it might be a great OS (washes mouth out with soap).
As is, it is just annoying.
I am assessing our network for the next upgrade cycle, and at the moment, the majority is going to be Win7 before the end of the year, some Ubuntu, Redhat and 2012 servers.
With a bit of luck I'll be ready for retirement before win 8 becomes necessary (mind you I can see it being such a flop that win9 will be out in 2 years)
reklan wrote:...this is the worst OS MS has done...
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