The popularity of Windows 8 always falls in the usability of the operating systems. Really easy to use (my opinion), it can be downgraded to Windows 7 for free if you purchased Windows 8 Pro for free. Mickey found a great article on how to do this at the How-To Geek. Remember, there are a dozen or more simple menus you can add to Windows 8 if you just can’t get use to it.
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