View Poll Results: Would you ever use a Classic Shell with Win-8?

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    Default Re: Revised: Classic Shell for Win-8

    Nah! It's pretty stiff. Sitting it on the BIG dictionary, make a world of difference. Now I can call it a Smart Monitor.(no smilie face for ROFLMAO)

    I now have the Classic Shell running and the City Lights theme running with 'Transparency" ON and I just loaded the batch file to jump to Desktop after boot up. Time to make another Ghost backup.

    I'll be back!

    TM
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    Backup! Backup! Backup! Ghost rocks!

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    Default Re: Revised: Classic Shell for Win-8

    That's what my other monitor does, Ted. Nice feature for an older monitor (NEC MultiSync LCD 1960NX). Although it does this AIO PC no good, it certainly makes XP/Linux look good connected to my old ThinkPad T42.

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    Default Re: Revised: Classic Shell for Win-8

    I guess I should have said the desktop my 19 incher came with is at least 5 years old. I have not bought a monitor in at least that long. That PC is almost never turned on any more. It's not a bad system (for a 32 Bit system) but it's not in a convenient location in our house. Plus our laptops are quicker. What can I say.

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    Default Re: Revised: Classic Shell for Win-8

    The only thing that I use the desktop for is using/learning Windows 8, while participating in forum activity. Other than that, my MSI notebook is my primary computer, it's specs are close to yours (2.66MHz i5, 8GB RAM, Windows 7 Pro x64).

    Does what I need with ease.

    Cat

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