re: Windows 8 Users See Red: Is Microsoft Listening?
The example used by the author uses an image so simple yet accurate that, hopefully, the thoughts are read and comprehended by someone very important at Microsoft. Nicely put!
For a business employing many highly-paid workers (E. g., engineers), very quickly it gets very expensive when said employees reach into the wrong drawer for the tool that they have always stored in that drawer, and now have to open every door in the kitchen, and perhaps drawers in the garage and the shed out back, never knowing where Microsoft has stored those tools, or of they have shrouded the tools behind curtains, and applied misleading labels on the curtains.
For a business to justify a change, that change must improve efficiency of each end every employee, not slow those employees, which makes the new OS very expensive to operate, on a dollars-per-hour basis.