Question for the W8 advocates.
If the only thing I'm doing with the Metro desktop is using it to start conventional, non-Metro programs, is there any reason to NOT bypass it at startup? Maybe it does other things I'm not yet aware of, or maybe I'm aware of all it does and nothing besides starting programs appeals to me. The more I play with W8, the more Metro feels like a nuisance.
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