November 28, 2012

Windows 8's One Month Report Card

Brad Chacos, PC World


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My, how time flies when you're swiping through live tiles. Microsoft's new-look Windows 8 launched exactly one month and one day ago, bringing its modern user interface and mobile-style apps to the desktop masses on October 26th. So how has the system actually fared during its honeymoon period? Read on for the full synopsis of Windows 8 wins and losses. It can't be all bad. Or can it?

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