Yes, people are all different and yes, they do all like to use their computers in different ways. Which is precisely why I believe that MS should have given them the choice of whether to install the Classic Windows UI or the 'new, improved' Metro UI!
But comparing the (non) existence of an OS that is 'perfect for everyone' against the equally non-existent car that is perfect for everyone, is like saying that if every car was made the same shape and size etc, that would be better than having different shaped/sized cars... I don't think so. Wouldn't it please more of the people more of the time if MS were to offer people the choice of different versions of Windows 8 - one metro and one classic, for example?
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