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Is DeskPins compatible with Windows 8 operating system?

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Is DeskPins compatible with Windows 8 operating system?

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The application does now have support for Windows 8 but the main website is down or discontinued but I managed to download the latest version of the application and I must say that it works flawlessly in Windows 7 x32. It does not need additional system resources or some kind of compatibility. Give it a try and see the behavior because I am positively sure that will work in Windows 8.

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no desk pins does not work in win 8 too bad I like it
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I'm trying it now and it doesn't appear to work in Windows 8

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Yep, I just got a new pc with Windows 8, installed Deskpins 1.30 and it does not work! Disappointed :(

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Deskpins 1.30 does not work on Windows 8 Pro x64. Compatibility modes have no effect - it just doesn't work :( A sad end to this useful program

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Dont work, was disappointed considering how easy it was to use.

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I tried also and it does not work, very upsetting as this is probably the best 3rd party programs for windows.

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Another disappointed Windows 8 user noting that DeskPins does not appear to be compatible. It downloads and installs but does not allow you to enter pin mode and actually pin any windows.

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DeskPins 1.30, as noted above, will -install- into tray under Windows OS, but does not actually function (you can't actually pin anything).

I hope this very minor system bug is fixed ASAP, it is a wonderful little program and should take a very few minutes to fix.

[Windows 8 64bit enterprise edition]

[keywords: Deskpins Deskpins 1.30 Win8 Windows 8 Windows8 64bit 64 bit 2013 May 2013 May 3 2013 5/2013]

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anyone fix this yet? i love this program

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Microsoft sure is great but they sure can screw stuff up. Windows 8 is horrid.

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