Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, May 27, 2013.
Isn´t the windows key on the keyboard supposed to do that?
They think we're too stupid to notice or "get" their new interface.
My Arvo has a feature in it's software to disable the win keys.
I have the left side win key disabled as it's the only one I've ever hit on accident.
okay... so here's my 2 cents about this idea...
1) the windows button is useless. ALT+TAB does everything the windows button can do better. The windows button is also poorly placed, but i have never once hit it on accident. I'm not sure if i just have really steady hands or you guys are all dyslexic, but i never have problems with the windows button. That said it's still useless if you know ALT
2) that mose is poorly designed to say the least. It must be hell to not hit the windows button on one of those, and even worse... ITS STILL USELESS. Windows 8 may have ruined windows and REQUIRED people to begin using the windows button, but that just looks terribad to me. Regardless of how much im using the windows button im never buying one of those because with one of those ill be 150% more likely to hit the button on accident, simply due to horrible placement. it's probably STILL easier to just use the keyboard windows button.
3) THOSE PEICES OF **** ARE BLUETOOTH. BLUETOOTH. Let that sink in. That means that CPU's from 2012 and earlier can go **** themselves. Only the latest and greatest bluetooth enabled laptops can even use one of those. Meaning that anyone who upgraded their OS from 7 and wants one of those mouses is unable to use it because Microsoft only wants to release it as a bluetooth device. Thats a major slap in the face.
Microsoft has updated their software to take full advantage of the Sculpt Mobile Mouse and Microsoft Keyboards for Windows 8.
Looks like it's the same file for Windows 7 as well.
What happens when you use it in Windows 8? Brings out the missing start button?
April Fools!!!! wait... :bugeye: