Windows 8 Installation Problems (…and News You Can Use)

Windows 8 Installation Problems (...and News You Can Use)

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23 thoughts on “Windows 8 Installation Problems (…and News You Can Use)

  1. This is completely untrue, Chris covers a range of operating systems, clearly the one he prefers to use himself is OSX, but he doesn’t speak badly about other systems.. just gives his opinions, after all, you’re watching this video to hear Chris give his view on things.

  2. for mike, as long as all of your applications run well and stable on windows 8, and you have a way to activate it after the 90 day period is up, i would go for it. thats just my opinion.

  3. hey Chris, I have installed the windows 8 90 day trial. I am now thinking of removing windows 7 from my other HDD. and use this win 8. untill the retail is available. Would this be a good idea? or am I making a mistake.. thanks, Mike

  4. Your overwhelming sense of self-importance is…Well, it’s actually almost entertaining. As for the relevance of your videos – almost wholly unfounded. Get back in the locker.

  5. But what is it gonna print on, that little printer?! where can you get such little paper to feed in to it…?!?! BTW great video and please keep up the good work!!

  6. hey chris its a good idea to have a touch screen with the computer naggating it is crazy hard to nagagate with out one also you might whant an ssd and a newer prosere because it you dont it will take forever to install

  7. @Kerns0Phoegon you have no idea what you are talking about. Steam has a system to connect youtube to steam, not a system for steam to host the videos. They are two very different systems, and you know it. Second you don’t know what file format HTML 5 uses. At the current moment HTML5 uses the H.264 codec, in other words it uses MPEG-4 (mp4) for the video format. The same format that you can download your own videos from management page. So youtube doesn’t even really need to be converted.

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