On regular Windows I have all the programs as shortcuts with an icon on the desktop.
People say how difficult it is to get to the desktop.
As soon as I finished the upgrade, I had a big tile that said Desktop. I then went to apps and made small tiles for my applications that I use. These look a lot like my old shortcuts on my regular desktop. So you either click desktop or click the application tile and you are now in desktop mode. Also my apps are in the lower bar for me to choose from just like on regular windows
Isn't that an extra step? 1. I don't think so. 2. The system boots up in a fraction of the time it took my old windows, so I have time to click on desktop once.
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