its still lacking some truth. And in explaining why the desktop is such a jarring difference from the Metro-ized world.
One of the things that caught my attention, and to which I've found out doesn't hold up, is the "natural order" thinking they had.. mainly with scrolling the metro/start screen and having it line up .. it doesn't always line up as he'd explained.
I think he would have been more honest if he'd said they simply stuck lipstick on a pig and sent it out into the world as "The NEW Windows" ...
everything he talked about seemed centered around metro .. and how wonderful it is.. when the cold reality is that metro only works on laptop/tablet, etc devices because again... the "desktop" version of the OS did nothing more than remove commonly known mouse clicks and keyboard shortcuts and replace them with gestured touch compatible ones, that are a horrible fit if you don't have touch on your machine... swiping? who in their right minds *needed* to swipe with a mouse? Or perform three or more other mouse/gesture movements just to accomplish the simple power off/restart ??
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