Linux, I am coming to ya!
Microsoft learn something but they are going to keep the same directions???? Doesn't sound like learning to me!
So what you're saying is I should go ahead and move all my PCs to Linux. I mean, I can't even nest my apps and I have 200 icons on my $*%*ing Start Screen where I have to scroll for about five minutes before I can see the ones to the far right.
Yeah, just what I need. If you need me I'll be living in Linux and happy while you people are lost in endless icons.
Maybe you guys never created folders on your desktop, but I did! And I grouped my SHORTCUTS in various groups according to the tasks I had been assigned that day.
Maybe ... huh ... Maybe Microsoft doesn't understand I am not at work to "video chat" or "make movies" or "join a chat room". No. I'm using my PC to work on projects where I need 20 different apps on a rotating basis and not always the same apps all the time. So here I go again, scroll, scroll, scroll to the right typing to find the things I USED to be able to nest in folders.
Yeah. Moving to Linux. Want to come with me?
Ha ha ha ha! The guy in the next cubicle just came up with a song while trying to find his apps: "Scroll, scroll, scroll your apps, gently in the screen. Wearily, wearily, wearily, productivity is just a dream." (Sung to the tune of "Row Row Row Your Boat")
What MS SHOULD HAVE learned is to lead, not follow. Produce for those who those who need to produce instead of producing for those who want rainbows and video chats with friends in different bars. My assoicates and I need to produce and Windows 8 (like Office 7) is more about the pretty pictures.
... Hold on! New memo just came out! For those wishing to do so, we can reconvert back to Windows 7. Well, that takes care of the office but my two main home machines are going Linux. Good-bye Windows 8 and Windows 8.1. Tell Vista I said "Hi".