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Windows phone slowly accelerates amid Android difficulties

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RE: I'm glad
By NullSubroutine on 9/6/2012 5:50:59 PM , Rating: 2
Not sure why I was rating down. All I was saying was while most people don't have a problem with on phones or tablets (response to previous person saying he did like it), but others do find fault with it on the PC desktop.

Its like being down rated for saying today its raining.

Good for you for liking it, as I said, I personally don't find the functionality or visual style something I would spend money on, but to each their own.

RE: I'm glad
By Mint on 9/11/2012 12:43:57 PM , Rating: 2
People have been saying that, but it's mostly unjustified.

Why is the Win8 UI any less suited for a desktop than Win7? It's basically a giant start menu that does a lot more. Live tiles may give you the info you want without even launching the program. Keyboard searches show more results than with Win7. Commonly accessed apps can be given larger tiles for easy clicking. The bridge MS is forming between desktop and mobile can only lead to good things. Finally, it's just plain pretty.

I just don't get what the big disadvantage is.

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