Thank you for demonstrating the abilities of Windows 8 in using multiple monitors! I'm glad to hear that Microsoft finally gets the desire of folks wanting to be able to have each monitor with individual settings. However, the thrust of the article is another dig at the Metro interface and a longing desire to remain in the antiquated paradigm known as the "Desktop."
It's time people realize that the Desktop experience is holding you back and that the new way to do things will not require you to keep an unruly clutter of files and icons on a virtual flat space that is just a landing place for junk mail and pocket change.
By creating content that is closely related to the application which created it allows less user action to actually use the content. Transferring parts, or bits of the content to other applications for more processing will be easier and less confusing.
I know, I know, it's hard to let go of a way of life, but if I can get it after thirty years of poking and popping and peeking bits I think anyone can.
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