While it would be fair to say that PC gamers and developers alike are wary of what Windows 8 might mean for a medium which regularly celebrates openness and freedom among its chief virtues, the wheels continue to turn and a very different Windows rolls into place ready for its release this weekend. Doing their bit are graphics card types AMD, whose latest drivers are compatible with Windows 8.
There’s also Windows 8 support for the AMD Radeon™ HD 4000, HD 3000 and HD 2000 series.
To find out why PC gaming approaches the new Windows OS hesitantly in its best running shoes, read all about the Windows 8 Marketplace’s treatment of 18-rate games, and why our Tim uninstalled Windows 8.
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