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And why would I need a full screen
to appear to find something when I could simply click a button and open it. I don't want my applications I have open to be overcast by a whole screen when that's not what I need. And I'm not typing "math" or "figures" or whatever I might think of to open Calculator, when I could simply click my shortcut to it from the start buttons menu, or from my Quickstart floating toolbar (I do the same thing on Linux by the way) from an easy list I've created, or failing that, I KNOW that it's in start/programs/accessories/calculator, just a few moves of the mouse away, without eclipsing the screen, OR typing ANYthing. Makes no sense to do it any other way.