But even that option is undergoing major change. Ashton Sanders I believe the same will be true of Windows 7. Check out the slideshow above and the video below for more. have a peek here
Let's go back to the good old days of MS-DOS: command line interface, no pussy coloured icons to click on with your pussy mouse. While PC users should welcome change, the change should be beinificial in some way. YEARS! In monochrome. original site
Can't say I'm looking forward to win 8. Truly end of the world stuff. He tweets too. IXON 21st February 2012, 19:20 I intend on sticking with Windows 7 for a few more years yet.
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LMAO, yea Apple whas totally wrong doing in the GUI interface all those years ago. they're terrible, even on 'bing'. Windows 7 Support End Date NRAM set to spark a 'holy war' among memory technologies Nano-RAM, which is based on carbon nanotubes, is expected to challenge traditional memory and flash for...