I must admit I shudder when a new operating system comes out.
We never know what they are going to improve, delete, change and yes – screw up. Windows 8 is no exception. The biggest change of course is the interface. In their effort to make the same OS work on a variety of computers, touch screens and tablets – they have “simplified” the interface. But, for those of use who are PC users – we like getting dirty and digging down to the C: drive and knowing where things are.
The first thing you will notice is the lack of a Start button or a traditional desktop. Do a web search and you will find a lot of third party plug-ins/add-ons that fix this. The best thing you can do is get an app called Classic Shell! Trust me.
What does this have to with T-Seps and T-RIP. Nothing – other than you will have to learn about your Windows 8 computer and how to find things so you can actually use the program. Both programs work well – it is the user who struggles to find where the “folder” is stored that keeps the programs and to find the T-RIP icon. It is time to buy Windows 8 for Dummys and take time to learn it. T-Seps and T-RIP are both Windows 8 and 8.1 compatible.