If I wanted to see the 30 or so utilities / programs that get installed with an Adobe Suite in Windows 7, I would go Start > All Programs > Adobe and then search through the list of 30 or so utilities for the program that I do not know the name of.
How is that more efficient than
1. Typing "Ado" on the Metro Start Screen and then searching through the Adobe program list for a utility that I don't know the name of?
2. On the Windows 8 desktop, clicking on the Start Menu shortcut (as I described previously) and then searching through the Adobe list for the program that I do not know the name of?
By the way, if you find yourself scrolling across several screens to get to an app, consider minimizing the Start Screen apps first and then clicking on the app or category you want. This is done by pinching the Start Screen's touch screen or by moving your mouse ponter to the lower right corner and clicking the minus icon, or by holding the control key and using your scrollwheel, or by holding the control key and pressing the minus key.
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