, Sven Groot wrote


For me it was that when I installed Windows 8 on my laptop after having used it on my desktop for a while, all my settings were automagically there exactly as I wanted them.

And considering the rather convoluted language settings I use, what with typing in several different languages and having to make sure everything displays in the language I want too (now that IE also uses that same language list), that is quite a time saver.

Good point.

Funny, though: you should have had the same problems I had and yet you seem happy with the setup. I wonder if I might have been holding it wrong somehow.