Thinking Of Upgrading Your Computer To Windows 8? Don't (MSFT)

Thinking Of Upgrading Your Computer To Windows 8? Don't (MSFT)

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Nov. 8 (Bloomberg) -- I've made a lot of computer blunders over the years. The biggest was taking a perfectly well- functioning Sony Vaio and upgrading it from Windows XP to Windows Vista, which left it so crash-prone as to be all but useless. So please believe me when I...
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