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Does Surface Pro come with downgrading rights

malberttoo

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No. Microsoft built the Surface Pro to be a Flagship for Windows 8, to show off everything they truly believed that Windows 8 was capable of, touch-wise, given the proper hardware.

I LOVE Windows 7, don't get me wrong, but it is not optimized for touch at all, and the Surface Pro wouldn't be very impressive with it, IMHO.
 

vinumsv

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AFAIK you can install any OS in Surface Pro as its Full Fledged PC in a tablet form but the question is why ? I tried ubuntu and without mouse or Pen its impossible to navigate using touch , i think it applies any os which isn't Touch Optimized
 
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Omni

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After a quick Bing it looks like it locks up installing early on if anyone was thinking of trying.
 

jnjroach

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You would need to disable Secure Boot (and possibly UEFI) and locate all of the drivers, but then you should be able to install Windows 7 (not sure why though).
 
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revmike

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I don't even have a surface pro as of yet, I was just curious as previously stated.
 
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