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2012-11-27 08:52:19 AM
I bought an HP with Windows 8 at a black Friday sale. I actually like it so far. sorry to burst your bubble subby.
 
2012-11-27 08:52:24 AM
cybercriminals will use bypass methods to avoid traditional sandbox detection

I've seen that in movies. When a window pops up asking for a password, you just type "bypass" or "override" to get around it.
 
2012-11-27 08:54:35 AM

JusticeandIndependence: I bought an HP with Windows 8 at a black Friday sale. I actually like it so far. sorry to burst your bubble subby.


I bought an ASUS with Windows 8. Its different, but might prove pretty interesting.

My last two laptops have been HPs. Hope you got yourself an extended warranty, because I have had nothing but hardware failures and overheating with both of the HPs I had.
 
2012-11-27 08:55:32 AM

Bob Down: cybercriminals will use bypass methods to avoid traditional sandbox detection

I've seen that in movies. When a window pops up asking for a password, you just type "bypass" or "override" to get around it.


I love when government sites have a "Crack" button that allows me access to sensitive data I need to shut down the security of a Federal Reserve Bank.
 
2012-11-27 08:56:08 AM
Umm... subby is on crack... i have owned a computer store for 24 years now... so far my customers are loving 8... i wanted to hate it but i can't.. only hate the default interface which is easy to never use.. my normal machine we build boots in 7 seconds and win8 is VERY fast..

Another indicator on how people feel about it is that i have not had 1 single machine come in to have 8 removed and 7 put on.. (which makes me sad cause i was expecting that alot).. when 7 came out i still had people wanting xp put back on new machines..
 
2012-11-27 09:00:54 AM
I have no plans on upgrading my computer as I'm happy with seven, but if I bought a laptop with eight on it, I wouldn't complain or downgrade.
 
2012-11-27 09:01:26 AM
I used Windows 8 for the first time yesterday.

It's....interesting. I like the concept of having everything you need quickly on one desktop, and then having another.
 
2012-11-27 09:09:45 AM

mainstreet62: I used Windows 8 for the first time yesterday.

It's....interesting. I like the concept of having everything you need quickly on one desktop, and then having another.


I feel that it really would work best for something like the Microsoft Surface, where the different styles of use are built for how your using your device. Desktop when your using a laptop or surface tablet with the addon keyboard or desktop and the Metro style when you have it in tablet mode. However, I haven't yet found a tweak to bring back the start bar in desktop mode, but I'm having no problems switching between Metro and Desktop when I need to.

The most confusing part thus far has been closing applications opened in Metro mode and remembering that I need to check what is up on my left sidebar and if I need to close it. I'm too used to seeing all my programs at the bottom so I know at a glance what I have open.
 
2012-11-27 09:12:05 AM
I find it terribly annoying that I can't close out the apps when I open them, and have to do the whole "move mouse to corner and wait, then click on start page thing" every single time. Then again, I usually just immediately go to my desktop anyway, so I guess it's not that bad.
 
2012-11-27 09:14:12 AM

Celerian: The most confusing part thus far has been closing applications opened in Metro mode and remembering that I need to check what is up on my left sidebar and if I need to close it. I'm too used to seeing all my programs at the bottom so I know at a glance what I have open.


Yes, I couldn't figure out how to close programs in metro mode, either. I told my mom to figure it out, it was her computer! I also told her I would find out if she couldn't do it.

Meanwhile, my father is on the other side of the table, smirking from over the screen of his Apple laptop.
 
2012-11-27 09:15:23 AM
I upgraded my Windows 7 PC to Windows 8. While I'm not totally blown away, so far it seems pretty decent (as long as you approach it like an adult and stop whining about how "it's different than what I'm used to, whaa-whaa!"). I don't think it's *quite* there yet (I suspect Service Pack 2 will be a defining moment), but I think it's got a lot of potential.

Subby, there's a risk that you take when you try to be "cool and edgy" by slamming something you think everyone will hate. It makes you look like a collosal ignoramus.
 
2012-11-27 09:22:22 AM

WhippingBoy: Subby, there's a risk that you take when you try to be "cool and edgy" by slamming something you think everyone will hate. It makes you look like a collosal ignoramus.


I, for one, enjoyed the headline. Good day to you sir.
 
2012-11-27 09:23:31 AM
I have a win7 phone, which I love. I played around with the RT surface at the mall the other week. Those things are really nice, and I'm not much of a tablet person.

When the Win8 Intel Surface comes out later this year, I'll be all over that like shiat on a monkey. :D

/RT not having 3rd party apps is stupid
//will probably upgrade next year to win8 phone too
///Microsoft can do mobile OSes again. who knew?
 
2012-11-27 09:24:03 AM

Celerian: I bought an ASUS with Windows 8. Its different, but might prove pretty interesting.


I love ASUS (laptops), my last 2 have been ASUS and no problems. They give you more bang for your buck at lower prices than competitors with similar hardware.

/the one before that I had a Toshiba and it turns out that the specific model I bought ended up having problems down the road
//2 ports stayed open on the motherboard and it was unable to ever turn on again.

Icetech3: when 7 came out i still had people wanting xp put back on new machines


Not sure about 8 since I have yet to use it but I know the low end computers that came with 7 weren't able to perform that great
 
2012-11-27 09:29:20 AM

mainstreet62: Celerian: The most confusing part thus far has been closing applications opened in Metro mode and remembering that I need to check what is up on my left sidebar and if I need to close it. I'm too used to seeing all my programs at the bottom so I know at a glance what I have open.

Yes, I couldn't figure out how to close programs in metro mode, either. I told my mom to figure it out, it was her computer! I also told her I would find out if she couldn't do it.

Meanwhile, my father is on the other side of the table, smirking from over the screen of his Apple laptop.


I've only had it for a few days. I actually like the tile system and wish more things had tile apps that use the live update stuff. Having news, weather, email alerts, music, maps, photos all there in a fairly customizable layout is pretty cool and makes every user's experience unique and personal. How a computer should be. I would love to see even more customization, as I've always been disappointed by the stock windows colors and themes. We're in an age where the user should be able to set them however they want, without having a selection of 12 palette swaps defined by your art department. I should be able to choose different tile sizes aside from 1X1 or 1X2. I also wish all applications had some sort of tile implementation. Also, Windows has WAY to many email options. You have Microsoft Outlook (no tiles yet), Mail App (has options for Exchange, IMAP, and POP, but won't connect to POP and can never seem to connect to my IMAP server) which can also be tethered to Web-Based Outlook (which I can connect to my server, and then to the mail app, so I can have the live alerts). But as it is Mail App is so ugly compared to Microsoft Outlook, that I would much rather have the capabilities there instead of the built in tablet app. But I'm a laptop/desktop user so I'm guessing that many of the Apps will not be for me.
 
2012-11-27 09:33:07 AM
good. let them dismantle that patched up mess.
 
2012-11-27 09:35:14 AM

Tenatra: Celerian: I bought an ASUS with Windows 8. Its different, but might prove pretty interesting.

I love ASUS (laptops), my last 2 have been ASUS and no problems. They give you more bang for your buck at lower prices than competitors with similar hardware.

/the one before that I had a Toshiba and it turns out that the specific model I bought ended up having problems down the road
//2 ports stayed open on the motherboard and it was unable to ever turn on again.


I bought my wife one last year for Christmas, because she had been using my old Dell desktop (a Gen 2 XPS, still runs). It has been perfect aside from some dead pixels on her screen. I struggled for another year with my slowly dying HP laptop that is now 4 years old, and it finally crapped out with blue screens and overheating over thanksgiving. So I did some research and picked out an ASUS (Best Buy had a dismal selection in stock that wasn't well over my budget, a shiatty Ultra-Low Power processor, and HP or had dismal ratings). I was going to get the exact same model as my wife's but they no longer carry them in store so I would have to wait a week to pick it up. So I got the Q500A and it is SO much better than my old HP. Its not the $1000 desktop I wanted to build, but I couldn't really afford that, and with two young kids, I guess I'm not in the best position to be squirreled away in a room with my computer all the time.
 
2012-11-27 09:38:43 AM

Icetech3: Umm... subby is on crack... i have owned a computer store for 24 years now... so far my customers are loving 8


I've really heard nothing but good things about it from people I know that have it. These are tech-savvy people too, not my mom. Unfortunately, my wife is not all that tech-savvy so I kind of have mixed feelings about getting a new W8 pc. I want too, but I don't want to listen to the biatching either.
 
2012-11-27 09:49:42 AM

Celerian: JusticeandIndependence: I bought an HP with Windows 8 at a black Friday sale. I actually like it so far. sorry to burst your bubble subby.

I bought an ASUS with Windows 8. Its different, but might prove pretty interesting.

My last two laptops have been HPs. Hope you got yourself an extended warranty, because I have had nothing but hardware failures and overheating with both of the HPs I had.


So much THIS! I got an HP laptop 3 years ago and I'll never get one again. Overheated so much that even a strong laptop cooler couldn't keep it from being laggy on games at bare minimum graphics settings. At the 2 year mark the hardware started failing. First the battery, then the monitor started changing colors (loose connection somewhere in the monitor itself, not the connection to the motherboard). And now, it's almost too hot to touch after running office programs all day.

Compare that to my wife's ASUS, which is one year older and still running like a champ. Nothing wrong with it other than the obsolescence.
 
2012-11-27 09:50:24 AM

abhorrent1: Icetech3: Umm... subby is on crack... i have owned a computer store for 24 years now... so far my customers are loving 8

I've really heard nothing but good things about it from people I know that have it. These are tech-savvy people too, not my mom. Unfortunately, my wife is not all that tech-savvy so I kind of have mixed feelings about getting a new W8 pc. I want too, but I don't want to listen to the biatching either.


I'm a software engineer by trade. Windows 8 does have a steep learning curve because they don't ease you into a completely new interface. They drop you into it and their intro video basically show you that if you put your mouse into either the left or right top corner, it will open a menu. They don't tell you about the shortcuts, Win+C to open the "Charms" bar on the right for instance, or how to find a lot of the settings. You'll have to do some exploring. Much like the transition from XP to Vista, is you give it a week or two, you'll find it isn't so bad. I'm only 3 days in and enjoying myself, though I still don't have everything fully customized and I am completely overwhelmed by the number of Apps available. You just have to train yourself to think differently. I will say that I am glad we're not changing to Windows 8 at work, because trying to teach people a completely new interface would be a total pain in the ass. Besides, most of our software vendors are barely willing to say if their software will work on Windows 7 machines.
 
2012-11-27 09:50:25 AM

Linux_Yes: good. let them dismantle that patched up mess.


Hey look! It's that guy that comes into every Windows thread and vainly attempts to convince everyone that they suck compared to him! Hi there!
 
2012-11-27 09:56:40 AM

abhorrent1: Unfortunately, my wife is not all that tech-savvy so I kind of have mixed feelings about getting a new W8 pc. I want too, but I don't want to listen to the biatching either.


My wife complains about everything (seriously, we need to put together a small "Earthquake kit" for the kid's school which required us to buy a few small items that we didn't already have; she went on and on about how this was going to ruin her entire week. I stopped off the store and had it done in under 10 minutes). But I digress... in any case, I recently upgraded to Windows 8 on our family PC. Sure enough, literally two seconds after trying it, it was the "stupidest thing ever". The surprising thing is that her biatching ceased after using it for about 15 minutes (which is a record). I haven't heard her complain about it since.
 
2012-11-27 10:03:25 AM

Celerian: I will say that I am glad we're not changing to Windows 8 at work, because trying to teach people a completely new interface would be a total pain in the ass. Besides, most of our software vendors are barely willing to say if their software will work on Windows 7 machines.


I'm still running XP Pro at work. A lot of people are. They only upgrade to 7 as people need new laptops so it'll probably be years until everyone is even on 7. Couldn't imagine the chaos of suddenly forcing 20K+ people onto windows 8.
 
2012-11-27 10:05:03 AM

WhippingBoy: abhorrent1: Unfortunately, my wife is not all that tech-savvy so I kind of have mixed feelings about getting a new W8 pc. I want too, but I don't want to listen to the biatching either.

My wife complains about everything (seriously, we need to put together a small "Earthquake kit" for the kid's school which required us to buy a few small items that we didn't already have; she went on and on about how this was going to ruin her entire week. I stopped off the store and had it done in under 10 minutes). But I digress... in any case, I recently upgraded to Windows 8 on our family PC. Sure enough, literally two seconds after trying it, it was the "stupidest thing ever". The surprising thing is that her biatching ceased after using it for about 15 minutes (which is a record). I haven't heard her complain about it since.


Thus far I've tried the bundled music application from Microsoft. It isn't bad, but it lacks some things that Pandora has. I was hoping there was a Pandora app, but it appears that there are only two 3rd party ones. I like the ability to be able to create a station, add songs, artists, albums and have that information shape what gets played on that station. Are there any apps I should try that might get me pretty close? if not, I think the Microsoft one will work for me, but I'd figure I'd ask around and test out some of the apps.

Oh, another thing I don't care for is that some of the Windows 8 apps, that are free, have paid advertisements. The Music app has commercials. The News and Game apps have a paid advertisement thrown in. Some games will even play a unskippable advertisement video before you can play. I understand that this is just how they keep streaming content free and shiat, but it does make me long for the days where if I play a game of solitaire or minesweeper, I don't have to watch a commercial about farking Audi's or tampons before hand.
 
2012-11-27 10:09:06 AM

abhorrent1: Celerian: I will say that I am glad we're not changing to Windows 8 at work, because trying to teach people a completely new interface would be a total pain in the ass. Besides, most of our software vendors are barely willing to say if their software will work on Windows 7 machines.

I'm still running XP Pro at work. A lot of people are. They only upgrade to 7 as people need new laptops so it'll probably be years until everyone is even on 7. Couldn't imagine the chaos of suddenly forcing 20K+ people onto windows 8.


We have a upgrade plan and budget ready to go. We're kinda stunted by some softwares, but slowly upgrading those to a point where we can get the offices all running Windows 7. And then slowly we'll be introducing Windows 7 machines to floor workers and test equipment. But before the end of the year, it should just be server hardware upgrades. I am a special case. My computer, which I have used for 5 years, and was used for a few years by the guy before me, decided to stop working. So instead of wiping the drive, reinstalling WinXP and starting all over again, the Sys Admin got me a Win 7 machine and I started from scratch.
 
2012-11-27 10:29:04 AM
Where I see metro really shining? Gaming. Really.

Imagine, for all you WoW players:

Guild posts, new mail messages, "new patch out" message and such on the live tile. Then launching the game, and having vent open in the right side, game occupying the rest of the screen. No more alt-tab or having to have a second monitor for that sort of thing. Hell, Wowhead could make an app, for quick reference, also up in the right pane.

Microsoft just needs to have a way to deploy metro apps without using the windows store.
 
2012-11-27 10:30:41 AM

randroid: Where I see metro really shining? Gaming. Really.

Imagine, for all you WoW players:

Guild posts, new mail messages, "new patch out" message and such on the live tile. Then launching the game, and having vent open in the right side, game occupying the rest of the screen. No more alt-tab or having to have a second monitor for that sort of thing. Hell, Wowhead could make an app, for quick reference, also up in the right pane.

Microsoft just needs to have a way to deploy metro apps without using the windows store.


Are you a developer? I've given some thought at trying my hand at making a metro app.
 
2012-11-27 10:32:48 AM

Celerian: randroid: Where I see metro really shining? Gaming. Really.

Imagine, for all you WoW players:

Guild posts, new mail messages, "new patch out" message and such on the live tile. Then launching the game, and having vent open in the right side, game occupying the rest of the screen. No more alt-tab or having to have a second monitor for that sort of thing. Hell, Wowhead could make an app, for quick reference, also up in the right pane.

Microsoft just needs to have a way to deploy metro apps without using the windows store.

Are you a developer? I've given some thought at trying my hand at making a metro app.


I wish. Just a lowly integrator for now...

The only way to deploy a metro app outside of the app store permanently is if you're on a domain. Seems like the kind of thing they could easily patch out. If they'll actually do it remains to be seen.
 
2012-11-27 10:35:28 AM

randroid: The only way to deploy a metro app outside of the app store permanently is if you're on a domain. Seems like the kind of thing they could easily patch out. If they'll actually do it remains to be seen.


God I hope not, that would be a security nightmare.
 
2012-11-27 10:38:34 AM

Handsome B. Wonderful: randroid: The only way to deploy a metro app outside of the app store permanently is if you're on a domain. Seems like the kind of thing they could easily patch out. If they'll actually do it remains to be seen.

God I hope not, that would be a security nightmare.


Maybe. No worse than windows already is. This is the only way Microsoft can succeed in their apparent goal to deprecate the desktop in my opinion.
 
2012-11-27 10:49:12 AM

Celerian: Thus far I've tried the bundled music application from Microsoft. It isn't bad, but it lacks some things that Pandora has. I was hoping there was a Pandora app, but it appears that there are only two 3rd party ones. I like the ability to be able to create a station, add songs, artists, albums and have that information shape what gets played on that station. Are there any apps I should try that might get me pretty close? if not, I think the Microsoft one will work for me, but I'd figure I'd ask around and test out some of the apps.


You might be interested in Rara ($0.99 / month for the first 3 months then $4.99 / month).

You'll probably see Pandora, Spotify and Last FM make their ways towards an app eventually (if they don't already have one)
I don't think Grooveshark is going to try it, they have already had so much trouble with the Google store.
 
2012-11-27 10:52:22 AM
3rded On the HP comments as my mom had to go buy an Asus within a year due to it being a flaming Pile Of shiat. Ram went bad in my HP too. I now use a Sony.

Mom loves the Asus except her touchpad worked when she went to 8, and the Asus drivers aren't fixing it. She hardly uses it though.
 
2012-11-27 10:58:06 AM

Tenatra: Celerian: Thus far I've tried the bundled music application from Microsoft. It isn't bad, but it lacks some things that Pandora has. I was hoping there was a Pandora app, but it appears that there are only two 3rd party ones. I like the ability to be able to create a station, add songs, artists, albums and have that information shape what gets played on that station. Are there any apps I should try that might get me pretty close? if not, I think the Microsoft one will work for me, but I'd figure I'd ask around and test out some of the apps.

You might be interested in Rara ($0.99 / month for the first 3 months then $4.99 / month).

You'll probably see Pandora, Spotify and Last FM make their ways towards an app eventually (if they don't already have one)
I don't think Grooveshark is going to try it, they have already had so much trouble with the Google store.


I would expect that those three would have an app already, but I keep reminding myself that Win8 just dropped to the public about a month ago. A free pandora app wouldn't be anything different than going to the site and using it. I saw some third party apps that apparently access the Pandora site, but I'm kinda iffy on apps made by Joe Nobody.

I actually wonder how this will play out. Microsoft tried their hand at widgets for Vista and 7 and it did not last long. For a brief moment, you were able to browse their widgets and download the ones they had available, and if you look hard enough, you can find sites that have more that weren't put up on the Microsoft site, but Microsoft has since taken it down because they didn't want to do that anymore, so Widgets are pretty damn worthless. Since App stores are taking off pretty well, I think it might stick this time around.
 
2012-11-27 10:59:40 AM

BohemianGraham: 3rded On the HP comments as my mom had to go buy an Asus within a year due to it being a flaming Pile Of shiat.


AFAIK, Asus is famous for their mobo failures. I have an Asus with a bad mobo sitting in my basement right now, so I'm getting a kick....
 
2012-11-27 11:03:08 AM
What are the freakin odds that all three windows 8 users are also active farkers? Man you guys should play the lotto or something. Unreal.

/skipping 8, meh, 7 does what I want and I don't have to deal with the UI that shall not be named.
 
2012-11-27 11:04:41 AM
Appropriate time for this thread. I'm sitting here downloading Win 7 Ultimate w/SP1 and Win 8 Enterprise from TechNet and wondering which to install on a 32-bit desktop with dual monitors.

How hard is it to make 8 look and act like 7 from the UI point of view?
 
2012-11-27 11:07:28 AM

dofus: Appropriate time for this thread. I'm sitting here downloading Win 7 Ultimate w/SP1 and Win 8 Enterprise from TechNet and wondering which to install on a 32-bit desktop with dual monitors.

How hard is it to make 8 look and act like 7 from the UI point of view?


Click on the thing that says "Desktop". Done.
 
2012-11-27 11:13:02 AM

dofus: Appropriate time for this thread. I'm sitting here downloading Win 7 Ultimate w/SP1 and Win 8 Enterprise from TechNet and wondering which to install on a 32-bit desktop with dual monitors.

How hard is it to make 8 look and act like 7 from the UI point of view?


Win8 completely removes aeroglass, though there are some sites that had a way to trick it into looking similar with the RTM. I do not know if it has been completely removed for Retail.

Seeing as I've only been using it for 3 days, I also have not found an ability to get the startbar back on the desktop. You can still get to the desktop easily, load programs there (for instance, starting IE10 from Metro UI will make it act like its been opened on a tablet, but opening it on the desktop will make it act like IE9 did).

Starting out, most icons are not on the desktop, but you can add them through one of the settings menus so you can still get to control panel, file browser, ect very easily from the desktop. You can still map drives or create toolbar folders on the menu strip, so I guess you could create yourself a start bar if its really that important. In the Metro UI, right clicking will bring up a menu on the bottom that has an option to show All Apps, which then is basically like a full screen start menu in a horizontal scrolling layout, as opposed to the vertical menus and submenus.
 
2012-11-27 11:20:36 AM
I'm having a hard time imagining myself getting "apps" for my computer. Is this somehow different than a normal computer program? Or is it a new name for the same thing?
 
2012-11-27 11:22:46 AM

jack21221: I'm having a hard time imagining myself getting "apps" for my computer. Is this somehow different than a normal computer program? Or is it a new name for the same thing?


Basically new name for the same thing.

The entire concept is to make a Operating System that would make it easy to sync Desktop/Laptop/Tablet/Phone together, so you have a Microsoft account that if you download a News App on your desktop, when you pick up your phone, that App is there too, ready to go with your settings. Normally the Apps are small, quick, and do one task. They install easily from the store. Many are free, some are a small cost. But you can still install programs normally, as well.
 
2012-11-27 11:26:14 AM
People who can't adjust to the new interface are the same people who whine about website redesigns.

It's not going to change. You can either learn how to be effective with the tool you're given or you can biatch. One will get you moving forward.

Also, if you have Windows 8, get Wordament. It's in the Windows Store. Prepare to get nothing done.

/it's also available for WinRT and Windows Phone 7/8.
 
2012-11-27 11:29:18 AM
I like 8. I actually like it alot. I'm testing it currently at work and honestly it's been smooth so far. It's a far more snappy OS than 7, which says alot. I really don't use Metro much and that's ok by me.

If you really want to have a "Start" button, there are several free programs that will emulate the Windows 7 start button and layout so you can go back to what you are used to using. I prefer to use the charms and search feature as it shows everything I need. Also, I pin many apps that I use frequently to the task bar so I can easily launch them. I did that in 7, and do it a little bit more now.

I tried an aftermarket start button, but it was laggy compared to using the charms.
 
2012-11-27 11:29:31 AM

Marine1: Also, if you have Windows 8, get Wordament. It's in the Windows Store. Prepare to get nothing done.


My wife and I played this for a few hours last night. Holy God, Boggle was never this much fun.

Though I have a feeling that the top players are bots. It would be nearly impossible to be that consistently good.
 
2012-11-27 11:31:33 AM

Celerian: Marine1: Also, if you have Windows 8, get Wordament. It's in the Windows Store. Prepare to get nothing done.

My wife and I played this for a few hours last night. Holy God, Boggle was never this much fun.

Though I have a feeling that the top players are bots. It would be nearly impossible to be that consistently good.


I thought that too.

They're not.

/They may very well be eternal virgins, though.
 
2012-11-27 11:32:41 AM

Marine1: Celerian: Marine1: Also, if you have Windows 8, get Wordament. It's in the Windows Store. Prepare to get nothing done.

My wife and I played this for a few hours last night. Holy God, Boggle was never this much fun.

Though I have a feeling that the top players are bots. It would be nearly impossible to be that consistently good.

I thought that too.

They're not.

/They may very well be eternal virgins, though.


I've only played twice now, and there are like 7 of them that are always on, trading tops. My best is like 68%.
 
2012-11-27 11:33:03 AM
I use Windows Mojave myself. It's FANTASTIC!
 
2012-11-27 11:38:57 AM

bossjock77: I use Windows Mojave myself. It's FANTASTIC!


How do you feel about Windows Vista?
 
2012-11-27 11:53:12 AM
I was born a Microsoft BOB user, and I'll die a Microsoft BOB user.
 
2012-11-27 11:54:16 AM
I'm (almost) ashamed of admiting I keep Windows 7 because WoW crashes while running it in Dx 11 on Windows 8.
 
2012-11-27 11:56:00 AM

corronchilejano: I'm (almost) ashamed of admiting I keep Windows 7 because WoW crashes while running it in Dx 11 on Windows 8.


I have had no problems. It may be your graphics drivers. I am using an 3rd Gen i5 processor (so Intel HD 4000 graphics on chip), Win 8 and Dx11.
 
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