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look at the state of win8, what an absolute mess, anyone who likes metro has no style.

 

 

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Agreed.

 

Looks like a pile of dog crap.

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Re: Windows 8 Release Preview


fenian wrote:

look at the state of win8, what an absolute mess, anyone who likes metro has no style.

 

 


That's only because they haven't grouped their tiles.
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shanethegooner wrote:

Agreed.

 

Looks like a pile of dog crap.


And not a nice brown pile of dog crap as well.

 

One of those horrible white dog craps that you just don't see anymore.

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Well you better get used to metro


"Microsoft wants Windows developers to write Windows 8-specific, Metro-style, touch-friendly applications, and to make sure that they crank these apps out, the company has decided that Visual Studio 11 Express, the free-to-use version of its integrated development environment, can produce nothing else.

If you want to develop desktop applications—anything that runs at the command line or on the conventional Windows desktop that remains a fully supported, integral, essential part of Windows 8—you'll have two options: stick with the current Visual C++ 2010 Express and Visual C# 2010 Express products, or pay about $400-500 for Visual Studio 11 Professional. A second version, Visual Studio 11 Express for Web, will be able to produce HTML and JavaScript websites, and nothing more"

http://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2012/05/no-cost-desktop-software-development-is-dead-o...

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Metro's in everything now... which is getting a little scary...

@Fen wow that is ugly....
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