MrSeb writes "We know that Windows 8 is primarily a tablet and touch-first operating system, but — assuming everything goes to plan — it will also be used on hundreds of millions of desktop PCs around the world. Microsoft has spent a lot of time and tens of thousands of words convincing us that Windows 8 will work perfectly across every platform — that desktops and laptops without touch interfaces will be first class citizens — but when it comes right down to it, when you cut through the PR crap, is Windows 8 actually usable with a keyboard and mouse? Here's a video from ExtremeTech that shows a multi-monitor desktop PC setup of Windows 8. I wouldn't say that Metro and Desktop don't play well together, but the interaction is definitely interesting."
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