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    Upgrading Windows from 1.0 to Windows 8 Pro


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    1 hour & 7 minutes - life is too short to watch this rubbish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by unixman_again View Post
    1 hour & 7 minutes - life is too short to watch this rubbish.
    Its ok, once you hit Windows ME you begin to rock back and forth and say 'wibble' a lot for the rest of the video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by unixman_again View Post
    life is too short to watch this rubbish.
    The same could be said about a lot of the programmes on TV.

    ITV is pretty much 100% rubbish yet people still watch it.

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    Watched it, skipped through the install routines for xp and later and was pretty disappointed he didn't manage to get Doom 2 running natively.

    Not bad to watch though, interesting to see how windows transfers OS settings during upgrades.

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    Shows you how much can be left kicking around for those who do inplace upgrades. That'll be why its not "supported" and recommended for Server OS's

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