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Win2k3EE

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  1. I guess I have to install Windows Server 2012 just to find out.
  2. Is Aero Glass for Win8.1+ 1.4.1 working with Windows Server 2012?
  3. The hope here is that the trend will continue, undermining Microsoft's motivation to push the tile interface and the Metro Store. Maybe Windows 9 will look more like Win7 than Win8 now does. B) --JorgeA Let's hope so!
  4. Another satisfied "customer" today. My friend LOVES classicshell. He just bought a laptop today and came straight to me to "fix" it. Thank you again. Can't wait for v4.0. If v4.0 will replicate the exact startmenu of Win7 you'll make my day.
  5. I LOVE THIS PART, though. Can't wait for the final version. After installing classicshell start menu on a couple of computers, now a lot of people with brand new laptops with Win8 on it want this on their laptop as well. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK.
  6. Google play interface looks like a drawing of an 3 year-old kid. It's pretty...if you're in kindergarten. "Cloud storage"? Neah! I like to keep my stuff to myself. If you need mobility, then you create your own VPN or FTP. Maybe the costs are a bit higher, but at least you know that "someone" "somewhere" is not going through your private data without your consent.
  7. You can rest easy that Classic Shell is never ever going to force any design choice on users or remove any currently available option. Thank you, Sir.
  8. I don't like it either. I prefer v3.6.7 I don't want to deal with StartScreen or hot corners at all.
  9. I have to say a big THANK YOU to all the guys involved in this project. I'm a huge fan of Windows 98SE and KernelEx is giving me the opportunity to use Windows 98SE in 2013. So, THANK YOU guys for your wonderful job and the passion you put into it. :thumbup :thumbup
  10. ClassicShell works very well in Win8.1 and you can disable metro.
  11. @JorgeA: I'm talking about this: http://www.webpronews.com/samsung-galaxy-s3-compares-iphone-users-to-sheep-2012-04 Anyway, the big companies (MS, Apple, Google, Samsung) treat the consumers as sheep. Let's be fair on this one, but there's a sheep mentality for a vast part of the consumers out there. It doesn't matter anymore functionality, usability, productivity but "the newest toy around", even though the respective consumer will use only 5%"features and new capabilities" of the of the "newest device". I can can create and work on documents and spreadsheets using Win98SE and Office97, but hey, it's much much "cooler" to use" Win1.0+touch when it works" (aka Win8) and Office 2013 (which looks like a neutered blank piece of paper). Every dumb-a** "IT analyst" speaks about "security" concerns when it comes to <past> OSes, but praises the new "revolutionary OS" and it's "surprising security" until...the first FIX.After that, they quietly hide behind their desks, because if you take the respective analyst by his cheap tie, we will tremble like a spineless-worm that he is.
  12. Remember the Samsung Galaxy's sheep commercial...
  13. People is incredible. You offer them a free car and they are upset about the color. It's freakin' simple: TAKE IT or LEAVE IT. Nobody is forcing you to use the software. BIG THANK YOU BIGMUSCLE for your AMAZING software!
  14. The next version of Windows will be called...Windows Store v1.1 And all the microtards will be happy spending mom's hard earned cash for cretinoid games bought from...Windows Store.
  15. Start Screen is sending info to MS about software you have installed on your PC, so security and privacy are down the drain...
  16. OMG!OMG!OMG! They removed Ctrl+C & Ctrl+V? :blink: Well, now It's official. Balmer & co. are nuts. They must be locked up under adult supervision.
  17. You should read the "Windows 8 - Deeper Impressions" megathread on this to get the picture.. Short answer: Don't "upgrade". You took the words out of my mouth.
  18. bigmuscle congratulations on your project. If you'll succeed in your little project along with Tihyi's startisback - a lot of people will move to Win8...maybe even me.
  19. Now that Tihiy's brought back the Start Menu and bigmuscle's bringing back the Aero in Windows 8...this OS might become usable. Just like tune-up cars. Everyone wanted LED headlights and now the car manufacturers are offering that. Some put up a rear-view camera for better parking and now it's available for general public a.s.o. Windows 8 is going on the same road. I think MS is re-thinking its marketing strategy.
  20. Is that correct? The guy is probably referring to the fact that shutdown in Win8 is not a normal power off like in previous Windows versions, but a version of hybrid sleep - and as in hibernation Windows 8 writes to the SSD/HDD the data stored in memory. In complete shutdown as in power off, Windows or any OS for that matter can't do anything.
  21. Seeing StartIsBack and start menu clones out there, it made me wanting to install Windows 8 Pro. But afterwards, an idea came into my mind already set to wipe out the Windows 7 Ultimate installation and to install Win8 Pro. Why do I need Win8 Pro? Why should I switch? Well, maybe I'm too relaxed with Win7 and I need some agitation with Win8. So, in the end I decided to stay with Windows 7. For me, Windows 8 doesn't offer anything much - maybe except the agitation and the stress of customization of Windows 8 to look & feel like Windows 7. Office 2013? Same argument as in regard of Win8. There's nothing new that I can't do with Office 2010. I have and "old" desktop equipped with an AMD Barton 2500+ (running stable for years at 2500 MHz) that's running Win2003 Server and Office 2007 and I don't see any reason to "upgrade". Once, I sought in an OS beauty and bling-bling - but today I want speed & beauty and Windows 7 delivers that very well, when Windows 8 doesn't at all, so I won't change just for the sake of changing.
  22. There is good news for you. There's Windows 7! Everything you want at your fingertips. P.S. I agree with you 100%.


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