And some continued learning of where they moved the cheese. But Classic Shell is nothing short of great. I'm not going back to prior Windows unless it's what's on the old gear we have at the office. I'm not a OS snob but this little thing really made Windows 8 shine for me.
I'm going to (dreadingly) get a Windows 8. I've researched the Classic Shell thing (which seems to be pretty comforting seeing I've used Vista since...2007?), but I kind of want some decent advice on it.
I keep reading horrible reviews, and even playing with it as a demo is not...my cup of tea. Again the Classic Shell thing is promising.
What I essentially use any computer I've used for, is photography and photo editing/processing, journalism related things, Skype, homework and generally using it for art related things.
I got my essentials that I needed from my current computer and it's ready for the next step.
I just am curious if this is going to be a nice transition from something I'm so used to and if it'll be simple enough for me to use it for art reasons and so on. I'm surprisingly not that savvy when it comes to "newer" technology such as this. So far from what I've seen of 8 reminds me of my moms phone, it was meant to be a touch screen sort of deal.
Silly, but again, sometimes it's better to ask than never know.