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reviewed Reviewed How to stop websites from disabling firefox keyboard shortcuts?
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answered power off computer with windows 8 icon
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answered Is WinRT really as secure as it's made out to be?
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comment Problems with uninstallation of windows 8
You can delete and extend partitions in XP too, and the msconfig application looks almost the same on all version of Windows.
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comment Windows 8 secure boot unavailable for my PC
Here's an article that addresses this problem in the "Enabling secure boot" section(can't paste it here because of the character limit).
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answered RAM or Graphics Card?
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comment RAM or Graphics Card?
Provide more information about your hardware(video card name, ram amount..), this is more likely a graphics card problem.
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comment Problems with uninstallation of windows 8
If you mean can you extend the Win7 partition over the deleted partition/unallocated space, the answer is yes.
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answered Problems with uninstallation of windows 8
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comment Windows 8 secure boot unavailable for my PC
His hardware might support it, but it's too hard to guess which model does he have to give a more complete answer.
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comment Windows 8 secure boot unavailable for my PC
Third sentence: "Since i dual boot Linux as well"
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answered Windows 8 secure boot unavailable for my PC
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answered Windows 8 Upgrade : From Windows 7 Trial
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comment Can I triple boot Windows 8, Windows 7 and Ubuntu 12.10?
True, optimal partition size depends on his hard drive capacity and which OS will he use the most, a 30 GB partition for Windows 7 would hurt performance.
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answered Can I triple boot Windows 8, Windows 7 and Ubuntu 12.10?
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comment If I'm performing a an upgrade to Windows 8, do I have to have the previous version installed, or is just having the key enough?
The last post on this page says The upgrade replaces the old license completely. I guess that you'll have to provide your old license key and you either get a new key or the old key is 'converted' to a win8 key.