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I love Windows 8, it is much faster and reliable than Vista and 7, but with Microsoft trying to force people to use the tiles has put a lot of people off it. Fear not, as soon as I installed Windows 8 I changed it into a Windows 7 clone with its look and feel :)

 

Simply search and install:

Classis Shell

8Gadgetpack

 

Instantly you now boot to the Desktop, your Start button has returned, and your gadgets are back :wink:

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When I installed windows 8 it lasted about an hour before I got fed up and put 7 back on. Now I feel complete again.

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If you use laptop or desktop then win 7 is superior. If you have a tablet or touchscreen then win8 is the way to go.

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Just got Win8, with a touch screen laptop. If it wasn't for the touchscreen, I'd have put W7 back on it.

 

So many annoying little 'features' - like where the shutdown options and control panel are now located! Hey ho!

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If you use laptop or desktop then win 7 is superior. If you have a tablet or touchscreen then win8 is the way to go.

 

 

ditto, have had no probs with win 7 since install (apart from some issues that would affect every o/s eg re change of pc but then it has an option to avoid that). wouldn't say win 8 is more 'reliable'. why use win 8 and then get it to behave like win 7?

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Just got Win8, with a touch screen laptop. If it wasn't for the touchscreen, I'd have put W7 back on it.

 

So many annoying little 'features' - like where the shutdown options and control panel are now located! Hey ho!

 

Some little trick that you may love, Whatever you want, go the the start screen and type it. Search automatically opens and has apps, settings and files on the right, so whichever you're looking for you will find it :)

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I've been using Windows 8 on my HP 6910p for quite a while now and I couldn't be happier with it. It took a while to get used to, but it has made things so much easier for me :-)

 

There is this program: Classic Start 8

 

However I cannot vouch as to whether it's any good or not. I've been using the normal method which has been fine for me.

 

HTH

 

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There is an update due at the end of June that you can choose to install to make Windows 8 look like Windows 7. I will update this thread later with further instructions once the update is released.

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