I have used every iteration of all Windows systems developed.
Suddenly, we do not need the Start button because a new interface is designed? Why?
Nothing to do with sticking to our guns and bibles as a Presidential cadidate indicated to those who love familiarity. As an Interface designer, I guess the Microsoft Corporation will spin out of orbit if the new interface was not made to look like a combination of a "Mondrian," painting and a " 15 tile," puzzle. A 10 year old must have said, "What is this, a Start button? My Mommy has one on her car." C'mon people, the interface is supposed to be friendly and ease of use for all. In my humble opinion, it looks more like Shopping Mall signage than an interface.
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