If Windows 8 were a kid, it might feel picked on ever since first setting foot on the playground.
But based on discussion begun by Lounge member Prescott in the Windows 8 forum, you might gather that the playground is growing a little friendlier (Windows 8 runs fast, people admit), however grudgingly. Others allow that Windows 8 has grown more attractive in other respects, too. You can tune in to the review of Windows 8 qualities and express your own view on Microsoft’s most controversial OS.
The following links are this week’s most interesting Lounge threads, including several new questions for which you might have answers:
|General Productivity||Office 2013 apps not showing up in Win7 submenu|
|Word Processing||MS Word 2010: Files won’t open due to problems with contents|
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