Mind you, actually getting Castle: The Complete First Season to play on my computer was a chore. Can somebody tell me why Windows 8 decided that I didn’t want to watch DVDs on my desktop anymore?
It’s the little things about this OS that annoy.
[UPDATE]: I… don’t know why I thought any of you would care about this, sorry.
Anybody else have this problem?
Basically, it sees something, but it can’t actually access it. Also: note the lack of a CD-ROM drive in Device Manager: Continue reading So, now Windows 8 doesn’t want to access my CD drive.
So I won’t; but for one parting shot… I liked playing those mindless little free games like Spider Solitaire or Freecell while I was listening to an interview or playing music in the background. There’s a reason for having a desktop, instead of this tile crap: it’s called multitasking. I want to be able to do it on my computer, thanks; I already have an iPad for the single-item consumption stuff.