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I have installed a window8 home edition. but i found there did not have Gadgets setting when i left click the mouse on the desktop. it that this version did not have this future or need to do some setting? (The Gadgets will have cpu useage, weather, rate same like window7)
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no more gadgets in windows 8 - these are essentially replaced by "metro" apps.
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Windows 8 has Apps like any smartphone. No more Gadgets. But you can install all the apps you need from App Store. To do that just click on "Store" tile on the metro interface and search for apps and install them.
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