Tomolojs Hardware readers like to follow technology on the extreme. Probably many of you have already installed Windows 8. Windows 8 comes with many innovations like previous versions. While some of the features we have been using for many years are no longer working, many of the products that we have to build drivers will work on their own. Some new features will improve overall performance while others will reduce it.
Well I like to hear you say ğ Gabe Newell’s words in Windows 8 will be a great disaster for everyone in the PC area ız. Gabe, no one who knows what he’s doing is surely a well-respected game developer and no doubt he knows what he’s doing when he makes Steam into a massive content distribution channel. Of course, when we heard about the development of Steam’s Linux-based version and learned that Valve was investing in Linux-based games, we said what was going on. So what’s really going on? Is Windows 8 really a bad operating system that cannot be fixed? Should game lovers go into the new system and continue with Windows 7?
In an interview with Gabe, Windows 8 has a very bad interface and it is difficult to do anything in the new operating system. I read what you said. As someone who has been using the RTM version of Windows 8 for a long time, I can say that the Metro interface is unnecessary on desktop systems. However, I don’t think Microsoft’s latest operating system is a disaster.
Completely abolishing desktop and icon configuration is an aggressive move. And yes, this innovation will make many users say. But we also know that the curious audience is adapting very quickly to innovations. It didn’t take much time to get used to running games through Steam. After a while, everyone will get used to running their business on Windows 8. The gaming experience is that if an old game doesn’t work, it won’t be a problem.
I think that Gabe is a disaster, the main problem with Windows 8 is the Windows Store that comes with the new operating system. This is Apple’s Appstore’s Microsoft counterpart and the company makes 30% cuts from everything else sold here. More importantly, it is feared that Microsoft will not allow certain applications, which is very similar to Apple’s closed platform system. It is a fact that the firm will have control over the Windows Store, but it is not clear how long it will be. Investors such as Newell seem to spend a lot of money (at least on threatening the development of Linux).