I have written about this before, but cannot emphasize it enough: Windows 8 is not suited for the desktop. For one thing, it is designed for a touch screen, which almost nobody uses on a desktop setup.While this is initially true, using a few tricks and 3rd party software you can make it work, in fact it will run well on machines with as little 2GB of RAM. Programs like Start 8 brings back the start orb and you can tweak the setup to use the classic desktop so you will never see the metro tiles again nor need a touchscreen.That said, visually it's still a downgrade from Windows 7 when used on a desktop. Kurt
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