I'm not furious. It's just a piece of software, one that's not even out of beta yet.
Mostly I'm confused. Confused by why MS thinks this will be an adequate replacement for W7 on desktop, laptops, and other 'traditional' systems with no touch interface, especially since it brings few improvements over W7. Confused by how to use it effectively when most of my previous Windows skills seem to not apply. Confused by conflicting reports on how to do things or even if old actions are still necessary (shutting down, closing apps). Confused by a lack of information regarding what Metro means for future releases of MS's server and back-end products (if anything). Confused by what future 'traditional' products will look like when shoehorned into the Metro format.
Too many unanswered questions.
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