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    Windows 8 to RTM in April of 2012?

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    It will be interesting to see what it looks like. Not sure if I will want it, but I am one to keep an open mind on new things. Thanks for the info.
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    Probably one of the most interesting Windows versions. I am quite looking forward to it.

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    It will be very interesting to try it. There was a big uproar when the Windows Secrets article came out. A lot of ranting even though no one knows exactly what it will look like or do. Yes I also think it will be very interesting to try. Like I said don't know if I will want it, but who knows, as I said open mind!
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    Geez, I'm just getting familiar with W7 !!!

    Like Ted says, I'm gonna wait and see if there are any new features worth the switch.
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    This will be the very first version of a major Windows operating system that is billed to be tablet friendly.
    Might actually be worth holding off (for me at least) on buying a new laptop to see how well this new os can handle itself on a tablet.

    Looking forward to it. MS might actually [finally] get their act together in this market.

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    Well Clint, like you say, if you need it it's worth the purchase...

    I'm gonna wait to see and hear more about it.
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