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This review is from: HP Pavilion p6-2350 H3Y78AA Desktop (3.6 GHz AMD A8-5600k Processor, 8GB DDR3, 1TB HDD, Windows 8) Black (Personal Computers)
We have this desktop for 1 month. So far it works great. The Windows 8 is quite stable and enjoyable. We like this desktop as it is fast enough and was very easy to install. Took me less than an hour to install all what I needed. The downside is that there are not too many Windows 8 applications so far, but I would imagine this is going to improve quickly.
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Initial post: Nov 21, 2012 11:21:08 AM PST
I to have the HP Pavilion p6-2313... only thing I am having troubles with is finding my way around inside of the different program's it carry's in it... plus its very hard for me to understand the set up on where to go to make things do what you would like them to do... after having the older Window's and being able to control where you go and where you are... is a much better way then this one it. I know I am a lot older now... but at the same time... since it did NOT come with a kind of How to Do list on a CD... I get losted looking from where or what ever I was going after. Just a not as happy as I wish I could be over this new Computer...but the other one died on us...and this one costed us arm and leg.. to get it ... in a time when $$$ is very hard to keep let a lone buy any thing with you don't really need.
In reply to an earlier post on Nov 27, 2012 7:00:15 PM PST
Last edited by the author on Nov 27, 2012 7:11:39 PM PST
First thing to do is to right click on each icon that is double-sized and on the bottom left of the screen it will give you the option to "shrink" it. This will reduce the scrolling required to locate icons.
There is a way to make win8 more user friendly. There is an icon "desktop" which will take you to a more win user friendly approach.
Don't feel badly about being confused, win8 is at first glance much different than prior win+ programs.
Posted on Nov 27, 2012 7:10:57 PM PST
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