Originally Posted by firepages
.... though I did like the Unity feature in VMware so you could bring your windows programs to your Linux desktop, as far as I can tell thats not in the options
, it is , its called `seamless mode` , a bad example here ..
bad cos at this point cant seem to find the hotspots in the VM in seamless mode
Originally Posted by jimutt
That would actually be a really good idea I think. Or at least the best choice they could have made. Because it's quite obvious that the metro style start menu etc is only created with touch devices in mind. And even though microsoft has said that they believe in a very big increase of PCs with touch screens the majority of computers will still run standard screens for quite many years. Especially when keeping in mind that the mots common screen resolutions are 1024x768 and 1280x800...
absolut, I mean 90% of windows users are not gonna be on touchscreens, corporate desktops etc... mad