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anyone else finding the pictures are loading like 90s porn ?

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like I said, its marked as legacy and obsolete, although they need to keep the Win+R key but still take it to something that lets you type in command line esc commands like run did... but with the start menu removed now, how do you do that without going into command prompt

Right click the left bottom corner, and click "run"

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Right click the left bottom corner, and click "run"

if neufuse is talking about launching processes like msconfig.exe, msinfo32.exe or services.msc, you can still do that from the Start screen (or the Search charm). go to the Start screen and just start typing then hit enter. you can also open network shares.

I believe all the run commands from Windows 7's Start menu still work in Windows 8's Start screen.

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You can type in RUN commands in the start screen. Alternatively, you can type RUN and hit enter to show the legacy run dialogue box.

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Running CPx64 on a laptop with an external display...

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Running CPx64 on a laptop with an external display...

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one issue i see tho is that you have things duplicated taskbar on both screens could you change it up different icons and behaviors and such just for the sake of showing how much customizing ya can now do by default in windows 8 and multi-monitors

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one issue i see tho is that you have things duplicated taskbar on both screens could you change it up different icons and behaviors and such just for the sake of showing how much customizing ya can now do by default in windows 8 and multi-monitors

I could.

Do I want to? No, not really. I appreciate that the option exists though.

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Man, this is just ridiculous.

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Man, this is just ridiculous.

Don't like it, don't use it. Simple. :)

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Made my desktop match Start. Love the black on lime theme. Matches up with my Windows Phone.

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Man, this is just ridiculous.

Then use a different background. No one is forcing you to use what you are using.

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Then use a different background. No one is forcing you to use what you are using.

The question is - why is it there? There's nothing "Modern UI" about it.

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The question is - why is it there? There's nothing "Modern UI" about it.

It's fun...

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Enjoying the screenshot here. Thats for the posts.

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How do you add titles, like Social, News, etc, and group your icons under it like that? Not seeing that option.

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id like to know that also :p

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Here is my new install :) Loveing it.

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wall paper link?

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How do you add titles, like Social, News, etc, and group your icons under it like that? Not seeing that option.

In the lower right hand corner, you'll notice a minus sign [-]. Click it and you'll zoom out. Right click on any group and below you'll see the option to rename the selected group. Enjoy!

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Mine, now that I've installed the RTM:

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