Microsoft Changing its interface
When I saw that Microsoft was changing the interface for Windows, I decided that if I was going to be forced into a completely different user interface, that I might as well migrate to a Macintosh and just Windows in a virtual machine rather than directly on the hardware. It seems like the new "Metro" user interface is forcing people to write web pages instead of real applications and I do not no part in using web pages as replacement for real applications. Desktop computers will always be better than notebook computers and I for one feel that notebook computers have had their useful time and are on the way out of existence. They are not useful while mobile and require too much work to keep synchronized with a desktop. It looks like Microsoft has worked on this for Windows 8, but I for one would not like to have it use some cloud based service, but I would rather use resources local to my network.
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