Ok, Let us first give you a trutful opinion of what we think about Windows 8. Our Job is to provide you with an informed decision before you decide to upgrade to Windows 8. We are engineers, and technical people other than critics. Windows 8 is designed to take advantage of tablet pcs and touch screens. Even though users can manage Windows 8 by using standard keyboard and mouse, not very practical!
Want to upgrade to Windows 8? Consider the following
We all are newcomers to Windows 8, therefore we all are users. While windows 8 offers some advantages, it can be a pain for some users. Windows 8 is a totally new operating system...anyone who used Windows systems in the past, we'll have to learn most of its functionality.
Windows 8 is faster, but it does have glitches just as any new piece of software and it will take some time to correct, Windows 8.1 corrects them. (common issues found in Windows 8, Computer freezes, touch pads and keyboards stops responding).
The ecosystem of Windows 8 is based on Apps. Small apps mostly installable via the Microsoft store. As part of this ecosystem Microsoft introduces the Cloud Based Storage...Microsoft Provides 7GB of storage space by login to Windows 8 Using hotmail or live account). Users can still create and work within a local account; notice that when the user rans out of that storage space they have no choice but to upgrade to a monthly payment for additional storage.
Vanilla versions of Windows 8 does not include DVD player. User can play DVDs by using a third party media player or buy Windows 8 Media Center pack if they want to play DVDs.
On the other hand for those who must want to have Windows 8 installed, or upgraded to. Our engineers at Netcontrol Labs can help you in this transition. Our custom Windows 8 installs makes life easier, our engineers can install all drivers and utilities that makes your computer operational as if your computer was natively shipped with Windows 8.
Reasons to Upgrade to Windows 8
If you rely on using Internet Explorer. Windows 8 runs with Internet Explorer 10. Finally microsoft catched up and integrated support for HTML5. Is not like users know what that is anyway!. Internet explorer 10 provides better support for multimedia content on the web. Internet Explorer 9 introduced some basic HTML5 tags, but IE 9 definitely lack support for many websites created with HTML5. You may or may not seen this but there are website that will not render properly, missing images or missing video players etc. This is due Internet Explorer's inability to process the codes by HTML5.
Of course the alternative is to use better web browsers such as Firefox, Opera or Google Chrome.
You own a computer that was natively shipped with Windows 8?
Don't like Windows 8? No worries We can Install Windows 7 on your computer.